Legal Community of Practice (Legal CoP) is a group of individuals working to identify, define and develop best practices. Essentially it is a group of professionals, informally or formally bound together through exposure to a common set problems or pursuit of a common set of solutions.

Their focus is to establish a dynamic and collaborative environment to examine topics of interest to the community such as a basic understanding of the role of Legal in the grand scheme of Power Generation in Ghana.

The rationale for using the CoP approach is that it:
- Will improve service delivery and enhances individual and organizational learning
- Will increase ownership and helps shape policy through sharing knowledge and experiences

CoPs are at the centre to serve as the main facilitator in creating interaction and real-time sharing of ideas, resources and experiences with and between staff of the Authority.

Follow the links below to access relevant Legal resources:


  1. LexisNexis Library - Access thousands of trusted legal, tax and regulatory sources, such as: ButterworthsHalsbury's LawsTolley's,Harvey on Industrial Relations and Employment Law and Civil Court Practice
  1. World Legal Information Institute (World LII) - WorldLII provides a single search facility for databases located on the following Legal Information Institutes: AustLII; BAILII; CanLII; HKLII; LII (Cornell); and PacLII. .
  1. World Constitutions (for about 149 Countries Constitutions)
  1. British and Irish Legal Information Institute - Access to Freely Available British and Irish Public Legal Information.
  1. E-Laws Resources - For case summaries QB, AC, etc.

  2. JUTA and Company - leading provider of trusted legal and regulatory information and the publisher of quality textbooks in the fields of Commerce, Accounting, Communications, Social Science, Health, Education and the Law.

  3. ALM (Law.Com) - ALM is the one trusted source that arms leading lawyers and their teams with real time news and powerful insights. Their broad array of experts, case databases and analytic tools gives lawyers the ability to address any issue about the practice and business of law.

  4. FindLaw (FindLaw.Com) - A pioneer and leader in online legal information and services for lawyers, businesses, and individuals.

  5. HeinOnline - Access legal journals, reports and periodicals.

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