Book Launch: The Handbook on Civil Procedure & Practice in Ghana: Rules, Cases, Commentary & Precedents

Madam and Lebene

A dependable ally: With Much appreciation

Today, 4th May, 2022, marks exactly 2 years when my indefatiguable Office Manager, Lebene Gbebleou-Sleem joined my team at FSB Law Consult. It was the day we resumed work after the mandatory lockdown. As we all recall, the world was at a crossroads, and so was our law firm. The sense of uncertainty was thick in the air but this young, beautiful (inside and out), hardworking, dependable, resourceful and respectful lady, chose to pitch camp with me.

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Two years on, it has been nothing but great moments having you leading the Administration Department of our law firm. You have worn many hearts here and it has been amazing to see you bring your best self to the dream we are building. You see everything as possible and you truly make it come to life. Has it been all peaches and cream? Definitely not. But in all the efforts you have made, we have seen and continue to see the growth of the acorn we have sown.


I couldn’t have asked for a better team member and a friend, who has helped in many ways than one, to get me to put my best foot forward.


My one and only ‘O.M’ extra-ordinaire, My dear Ms. Sleem, thank you very much, ma’am.


With affection and high hope for the future.

Francisca Serwaa Boateng.

IWD 22- social Inclusion Webinar

I am very excited about my upcoming conversation with Adjoba Kyiamah, the indefatigable Executive Director of UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce and three amazing female CEOs: Abena Osei Poku, Patience Akyianu and Theresa Ayaode. I will be sharing my story and hopefully, it will motivate you.
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Certificate of Appreciation from World Bank Group

On 9th February, 2022, I was honoured with a certificate of appreciation from the World Bank Group.

This was to thank me for my "valuable contribution to World Bank Group research, especially during the global and personal difficulties of the pandemic". 

The World Bank Group also stated, "We are delighted to send you the attached certificate in appreciation of all your time and effort in answering questions that inform the development of global indicators. Contributions like yours have been essential for ensuring the quality of the data".


Launch of Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited

Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited, a wholly-owned subsidiary of my law Firm, FSB Law Consult, was virtually launched on Friday, January 28, 2022 via Zoom and Facebook Live.

It is a Corporate Executor and Trustee which is here to look after Ghanaians both as individuals and their Businesses. As a Corporate entity, Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited acts as executor of estates and will apply for probate for the administration of the estate and is ready to comply with all statutory provisions relating to the administration of estates.

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As the Keynote Speaker, I stated “A Corporate entity such as Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited acts as executor of estates. If you nominate Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited as your corporate trustee or executor, you will be able to get a one-stop-shop for the administration of your estate. The company will apply for probate for the administration of the estate, and when it comes to the distribution of assets, the company will ensure and comply with all statutory provisions relating to the administration of estates.”

Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited also undertakes other ancillary services such as company registration and company secretarial duties for duties for businesses.

Elisus-Beatty Trust Services Limited, a subsidiary company of the FSB Law Consult was incorporated in November 2020 with hopes to become the Premier Trust Services Limited in Ghana.

Visit: or call 0541926205/0302801535 and @ElisusBeatty Trust on all social media platforms for more information.

Speaking Engagement

Data Protection Africa Summit, Mauritius, November 2018. 

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Presentation to the female staff and customers of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana.


Presentation to Executive members of Ghana Chamber of Mines

Speaking Engagement Services

Presentations, conferences, seminars, webinars and media talks.

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With Team AB & David - from left: Anna Fordjour (Partner), 

Isabel Boaten (Managing Partner), David Ofosu- Dorte ( Senior Partner) and 

Benjamin Sackar (Partner).


Presentation to Executive members of Ghana Chamber of Mines.

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In commemoration of International Women’s Day, Our Managing Counsel, Francisca Serwaa Boateng, Esq. gave a presentation to the female staff and customers of Standard Chartered Bank Ghana. She spoke on the theme, “Planning your Estate – What happens when I am gone?”, on 10th March, 2021. This was broadcasted on Facebook live.

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From left: Teki Akuetteh Falconer, Founder & Executive Director, 

Africa Digital Rights Hub, Tony Forson, Esq., President, 

 Ghana Bar Association and Francisca S. Boateng, Managing Counsel.


Data Protection Africa Summit, Mauritius, November 2018. 


On  the 12th of February, 2020, FSB Law Consult, in partnership with the UK-Ghana Chamber of Commerce (UK-GCC), organised a seminar entitled Planning Your Life: Here and the Hereafter at the British Council.


On the 5th of November, 2019, FSB Law Consult organised a Client Engagement Day at the Oak Plaza Hotel, East Airport, Accra.


On 24th July, 2020, we organised our maiden Online Client Engagement Day via Zoom. The topic was “Buying Land in Ghana: 

The Problems, Pitfalls and How to Avoid Them”

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Hello Francisca. It was a pleasure to meet you too. Continue to be a trailblazer in your legal practice. I wish you well. Do have a fantastic week. 

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It's my pleasure Francisca. I rather found your presentation encouraging. I know what goes into presentation of that nature and I think that was good. Keep it up.

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Interesting read. I look forward to more such brilliant articles. I like the flow.

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