Attorney Yaw Aduboffour is a pleasant and remarkable courtroom advocate who has a great sense of ensuring justice is served fairly and equally to all who seek it regardless of race, sex, gender, national origin, religious beliefs, orientation, or financial status. Yaw has represented and continues to represent clients from all backgrounds without hesitation. He works for his clients with a deep sense of compassion but is very aggressive on the other side with the aim of bringing quick but long-lasting results to his clients.
Yaw is a product of the University of Houston Law Center, Houston, Texas and functions as an Attorney with an uncommon understanding of law. He is able to break down complex legal concepts into simple everyday language for his clients to understand. Through that process, he is able to free his clients from complex legal issues that would have otherwise entangled them. Yaw is thus able to bring relief to his clients when they need it most. Yaw commits to client satisfaction at all times. Since his admission to the Texas Bar in 2015, Yaw has represented clients in Family Law, Immigration, Personal Injury, and Criminal Defense cases, including Traffic Tickets / Violations.
Yaw volunteers his time with the Dallas Volunteer Attorney Program (a joint program of the Dallas Bar Association and Legal Aid of Northwest Texas) where he provides free legal services to clients who cannot afford private attorneys. Prior to Yaw’s experience in the Dallas area, he worked as a Contract Attorney in New York for months at Epiq Systems. Through Epiq Systems, Yaw worked for three different US law firms on three discovery projects. In Houston, Texas, Yaw worked for the Department of UH Energy, University of Houston, to provide research support to the Ocean Energy Safety Institute (OESI).
Yaw has been a member of a number of local and international professional organizations including the State of Texas Bar, the Dallas Bar Association, the Houston Bar Association, the American Bar Association (ABA), the Texas Young Lawyers Association, the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN) and the International Bar Association (IBA). Yaw is also a member of the ARAG Legal Insurance Attorney Network.
On the African continent, Yaw was admitted to practice law in Ghana in 2009 and worked extensively in the courts of Ghana as a private legal practitioner for years before relocating to the United States. Yaw has also worked in Abidjan, La Cote D’Ivoire where he undertook an internship at Traore Bakari Consulting (TBC), (a Private Tax Consulting firm) in 2009.
- 2015, Texas
Law School Attended
- University of Houston Law Center, Class of 2015, Master of Laws