Ann-Marie is a Research Officer with TaylorCrabbe. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English and Psychology, as well as a Bachelor of Laws (LLB) both from the University of Ghana.

Ann-Marie has been with TaylorCrabbe since 2018. She assists the Consultancy team and is responsible for the quarterly Legal Working Group reports organised by the firm. As an intern trainee, she has provided legal research and support on various projects. During her time with TaylorCrabbe, Ann-Marie has worked on assessing Ghana’s Fisheries Laws in compliance with Responsible Governance of Tenure and Sustainable Small-Scale Fisheries, Legal Reform Proposals on the State of Tree Tenure in Ghana, Legal Advice on the Ownership and Control of Industrial Trawl Vessels Operating in Ghana amongst others. Ann-Marie has also assisted with training and institutional capacity building that has been undertaken by the firm.
Her areas of interest include human rights law specifically child rights related matters.

She is currently undertaking the Professional Law Course at the Ghana School of Law. 

Her hobbies include swimming, reading and event organization.