Sherman Law Liberia

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Liberia Address

R. Fole Sherman Law Building
17th Street & Chessman Avenue
PO Box 10-3218
1000 Monrovia 10
Sinkor, Monrovia, Liberia

Communicating with Sherman & Sherman
Website: www.shermalawliberia.com
Telephones
+231 777-552-946 – Roberta Parker
+231 886-552-946 – Roberta Parker
+231 5-552-946 -      Roberta Parker
+231 886-514-581 -  Samuel Brown
+231 777-514-581 – Samuel Brown
+231 5-514-581 -      Samuel Brown

Telefax
+ 231 77-059-632

Email Addresses
shermlawrl2@yahoo.com
shermanlawliberia@gmail.com
shermanlaw@shermanlawliberia.com
Note: The Yahoo! and Gmail addresses are preferred.


US Contact Address
11803 Backus Drive
Bowie, MD 20720-4464

US Telephones and Fax
+1 301-352-5476 (Phone)
+1 301- 412-4104 (Mobile)
+1 301-352-9657 (Fax)

 

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Firm Attorneys

Clarence FaikaiAttorney Clarence Faikai obtained his BBA degree in Accounting and Management from the University of Liberia in 1986 and thereafter held several positions in the Accounting field; during the same years, he attended law school at the L.A. Grimes School of Law, University of Liberia.

Significantly, he was employed as Commissioner of Customs at the Ministry of Finance in 1996, the same year he graduated from law school. He continued his career at the Ministry of Finance until January 1997 when he was promoted to the position of Comptroller General of the Ministry of Finance, a position held up to July 1997, when the Liberian Government changed.

Attorney Faikai moved to the United States where he was employed in various positions and resumed his studies at the St. Mary's University of Minnesota, from which he obtained double master's degrees (the M.A. degree in International Business and the M.Sc. degree in Project Management) in March 2006.

Attorney Faikai returned to Liberia in November 2006; in 2007 he was employed at the Horton School of Business, University of Liberia as an Instructor - a position he still holds. In January 2010, he was employed as Staff Counsel at Sherman & Sherman.

In July/August 2011, Attorney Faikai will sit to the examinations for admission to the Supreme Court bar, after which he will be qualified as a Counsellor-At-Law, eligible to practice law before the Supreme Court, in addition to his current practice before the circuit courts and administrative agencies. Like other lawyers of his status, he represents clients at the circuit courts and administrative agencies, and assists with legal research and writing at Sherman & Sherman.

 

James InnisJames Innis is currently an Attorney-At-Law (limited to practicing law before the circuit courts and the administrative agencies); he will be sitting the examinations for admission to the Supreme Court bar in July or August 2011, after which he will be eligible to practice law before the Supreme Court.

Attorney Innis graduated from the L.A. Grimes School of Law, University of Liberia in 2007; immediately after admission that same year to practice law as an Attorney-At-Law, he was employed as Law Clerk to His Honor Francis S. Korkpor, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, a position he held until 2010, when he joined Sherman & Sherman as Staff Counsel.

Under the supervision of more senior lawyers at the firm’s offices in Monrovia, Atty. Innis represents the firm’s clients in Grand Bassa County at administrative agencies and the circuit courts in that county. Complex matters for these clients are handled from the firm’s offices in Monrovia. .

 

Golda A. BonahCounsellor Golda A. Bonah-Elliott (December 2003 - Present ) is qualified to practice law before administrative agencies, the circuit courts and the Supreme Court. She holds the BBA degree in Accounting from the University of Liberia (1998) and the LL.B. degree from the L.A. Grimes School of Law, University of Liberia (2003).

Shortly after obtaining her BBA degree, Counsellor Elliott was employed with the General Services Agency of the Liberian Government as Accounts Analyst (1999 - 2001) and then elevated to the position of Assistant Director for Real Estate Management (2001 - 2003).

After her graduation from the L.A. Grimes School of Law in December 2003, Counsellor Elliott joined Sherman & Sherman as Legal Research Officer; she held that position for few months until she was admitted to practice law as an Attorney-At-Law (limited to practice law before administrative agencies and the circuit courts). After admission as an Attorney-At-Law, Counsellor Elliott was elevated to the position of Staff Counsel at Sherman& Sherman; after she was admitted to the Supreme Court bar as a Counsellor-At-Law in 2007, she was elevated to the position of Assistant Counsel at Sherman & Sherman, a position she still holds at present.

In addition to her legal career, Counsellor Elliott is a peace and development advocate; she founded the Committee for Peace and Development Advocacy, a non-governmental organization, and once served as its Executive Director.

Counsellor Elliott's primary responsibilities at Sherman & Sherman are legal research and representation of clients before administrative agencies and the circuit courts in civil litigation and requests for licenses. She is also directly responsible for managing the portfolios of several clients in terms of providing legal services (opinions, contract drafting, etc.).

Over the years, Counsellor Elliott has developed expertise in transaction legal services to the satisfaction of Sherman & Sherman clients.



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Tel.: (231) 6-516-471; (231) 77-516-471
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