Mercy Afrane




Mercy Afrane was called to the Alberta Bar in December 2022 upon completing her articles and secondment in the areas of Family Law, Immigration law, Employment law, Human Rights and Civil Litigation in Edmonton.

After completing her LL. B in Ghana, Mercy worked as a Compliance Officer in a multinational Oil and Gas company where she assisted in the implementation of policies and oversaw the management of risk-related issues. Prior to relocating to Canada in 2020, Mercy worked as a Legal Assistant in a global telecommunication company in Ghana where she provided the in-house legal team with extensive litigation, transactions, and company secretarial support.

Mercy has an interest in litigation, personal injury claims, employment law and is committed to protecting the rights and interests of her clients. Here in Canada, she has developed invaluable experience in drafting, negotiation, courtroom advocacy, customer service and the ability to deal with clients from multicultural backgrounds while dedicated to finding the best possible solution for each of her clients.

Outside of her legal practice, Mercy enjoys volunteering, listening to music, playing board games, and partaking in extreme sports.


York University (Osgoode Hall Law)

  • Master of Laws (2020)

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (K.N.U.S.T)

  •  Bachelor of Laws (2016)

Memberships & Licenses

  • Law Society of Alberta
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Edmonton Bar Association
  • Canadian Association of Black Lawyers
  • Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association


  • English
  • Akan
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