Kobaka Chambers was founded in 2006 by Nathan P. Yarney with a mission to provide clients with real, complete and satisfactory solutions to various legal problems and needs. Kobaka Chambers fully embraces the core values of the Bar, and always exhibits an independent and results-driven approach in the representation of its clients and their interests.
Nathan P. Yarney is a graduate of the University of Ghana (1996) where he obtained his Bachelor of Laws degree. He graduated from the Ghana School of Law (1999) and obtained his Qualifying Certificate in Law and is accordingly qualified to practice law before the Superior Courts of Ghana. He has also attended the Queen Mary and Westfield College, University of London (2000), reading and obtaining the postgraduate Diploma in Banking Law.
He has extensive litigation experience before all levels of the courts of Ghana. His preferred areas of practice are in the litigation aspects of banking and finance, employment, family, probate and estates, torts and real property. He has since April, 2012 been appointed a Notary Public by the Chief Justice of Ghana. In 2016, he qualified and became an associate member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, UK.