Kojo is a litigator with experience in both Canada and the United States. He attended the University of Saskatchewan for his undergraduate degree before moving to New Jersey to attend Rutgers Law School.
After completing law school, he served as the judicial law clerk to the Honourable Judge Jamie D. Happas, Presiding Judge of the Civil Division in Middlesex County, New Jersey. He credits his judicial clerkship for preparing him for the challenges of practicing law. The position provided him with the opportunity to work on a variety of lawsuits from a judicial perspective while also serving as a court mediator for landlord and tenant disputes and small claims court.
Giving back to the community is important for Kojo. He currently serves as a board member of the Kin Canada Foundation and is a past member of the Kinsmen Club of Calgary. In his downtime, he enjoys spending time with his family, long distance running, and tending to his plants.
AREAS OF PRACTICE:
- General Civil Litigation
- Family Law
- Bankruptcy, Insolvency and Receivership
- Debt Enforcement and Real Estate Foreclosure
EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS:
- BA in Political Studies, University of Saskatchewan (2013)
- JD, Rutgers Law School (2017)
- New York Bar (2018)
- Saskatchewan Bar (2020)