Grady Jessup, PLLC
Personal Injury Attorney
January to June 2004 and June to August 2005
Ghana School of Law – Accra, Ghana (West Africa)
Teach Trial Practice and Ethic, including Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Civil Procedure, attend faculty and staff meetings, interface with administration and faculty concerning student matters, and curriculum development regarding Alternative Dispute Resolution, and Banking Law. Participate in the bar preparation course consisting of Customary Land Law, Customary Arbitration, Law of Succession, Family Law, and Constitutional Law provided to lawyers licensed in a foreign jurisdiction, and examination enabling admittance to Supreme Court of Ghana Bar. On behalf of the Judicial Training Institute, prepared Civil and Criminal case files utilized in Career Magistrates Training Moots, served as trial counsel, and critiqued Career Magistrates concerning their written judgements. Served on Career Magistrates curriculum revision committee, and prepared syllabus on Evidence and Statutory Interpretation. See Publications for article published.
Visiting Professor of Law
September 2004 to May 2005
Thomas M. Cooley Law School – Lansing Michigan
Teach Criminal Law in large class format, attend faculty meetings, and prepare essay examination administered at conclusion of course.