Clara Kasser-Tee is a lawyer and law lecturer at the University of Ghana School of Law. She is also the founder and current Head of Kasser Law Firm, a Board Member of the Centre for Democratic Development, (CDD), a Member of the Public Interest and Accountability Committee, (PIAC), a Member of the Radio Universe Board, and a member of the Ghana Bar Association among others.

Clara has publications on a range of topics including Institutional Assessment, Anti-Corruption, the role of women in the fight against corruption, etc, and has delivered lectures as Keynote Speaker on several fora including the Baah Wiredu Memorial Lecture, etc.

Clara graduated at the top of her class and is a recipient of the prestigious John Mensah Sarbah Prize given to the best overall (all round) graduating law student. She was also the best student in the law of taxation in 2009.  Clara was chosen by the Campaign for Female Education (Camfed), an international non-governmental organization as its role model for its Career and Entrepreneurship Fair, organized for young women in March 2010.

Clara has, among other things, developed a concept to improve tax collection in Ghana, using existing facilities such as the courts, which have been approved by the Ghana Judicial Service and the Ghana Revenue Authority. Furthermore, Clara worked with Private Enterprise Federation and Ghana Integrity Initiative in engaging both the private and public sectors on policy reforms to ease the burden of doing business in Ghana and reduce unnecessary delays and bureaucracies in the licensing, permit, and certification regime in Ghana. She led the drafting of Model Service Delivery Charters for a total of thirteen state agencies. All thirteen (13) state agencies involved in this engagement have accepted and adopted the Model Service Delivery Charters.

Clara is also one of the national voices on matters of public interest and public policy and her views and analysis on public issues have helped to shape national policies. She has contributed to the community through her public engagements in the media and the public space. She is widely considered a national asset, and many find her an inspiration.

Her hobbies include playing Basketball, traveling and sightseeing, observing and writing human stories, and reading novels.

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