Professor Kludze, a leading authority on equity and on African customary law and its relationship to the European-based legal systems of the African states, is the author of many articles and several books. He received his B.A. and LL.B degrees, both at the top of his class, from the University of Ghana and his Ph.D.and LL.D. from the University of London. Professor Kludze has taught at the University of Ghana, University of Calabar, Nigeria, and Temple University. He teaches Equity, Decedents Estates, Comparative Constitutional Law, and African Law. In 2003 he became a Justice of the Supreme Court of Ghana, and was also later named as Chairman of the Law Reform Commission of Ghana.