‘Communicating a craving to be a legal counselor doesn’t mean you ought to be one’ – GBA President to regulation understudies
'Communicating a craving to be a legal counselor doesn't mean you ought to be one' - GBA President to regulation understudies
As planned LLB holders get ready to compose the placement tests into the Ghana School of Law the review for their Professional Law program, Yaw Acheampong Boafo, the Ghana Bar Association (GBA) President, has been protecting a few choices of the General Legal Council, GLC, which have set off irritation the understudies.
Many vested parties including the Law Society of Ghana (LSG) have portrayed the advancement as treacherous and inconsistent.
However, talking on this, Yaw Acheampong Boafo made sense of that “each assessment body has its own guidelines and there is no announcement of basic liberties on assessment. Individuals become exceptionally profound about the matter.”
He noticed that the GLC is restricted and can’t take on re-stamping.
North of 3,000 candidates are supposed to compose the current year’s placement tests to begin a two-year proficient regulation course.