After last weekend’s premier of the much anticipated season two of Law Express, currently one of the most watched talk shows on Ghanaian television has received positive feedback. Whilst industry professionals have commended the team on an amazing production, most of the viewers and the general public have expressed delight about the look and feel of the show with emphasis on the new set.
The show continues this weekend on Sunday at 6.30pm on Metro TV with another intriguing episode to focus on the extended family, answering questions such as who are your extended family, do you owe them any legal obligation and do your parents have any enforceable rights of maintenance from you in their old age?
Joining the host, Nuhela Seidu, for this discussion will be two outstanding and respected lawyers, Iris K Aggrey Orleans, a member of the Ghana Bar from 2010 and Nana Nsiah Asare, a private legal practitioner and also a member of the Ghana Bar Association. Iris K. Aggrey Orleans graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, with a Masters in Commercial Law in August 2014.
She has a passion for Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution and has advised various local and foreign entities on matters of real estate, land acquisition, franchising, securities, and other financial transactions. She also practices in the area of family law and has dealt with a number of international abduction cases.
Do make time to watch Law Express this and every Sunday at 6.30pm on Metro TV to get education on the law and its operation. For further information about the program, kindly visit www.lawexpresstv.com and like our pages on Facebook and Instagram (lawexpresstv) as well as our twitter handle (@lawexpresstv for updates.