Getting into the Ghana Law School has become a battle for many law students as many of them are unable to gain admission to the law school in Makola due to the strict cut-off points.
Mass failures have been recorded over the past years in the law school entrance exams. The law students had to protest to register their displeasure at the decisions of the General Legal Council and present a petition to President Akufo-Addo to withdraw the “illegal entrance exams undertaking”.
Well, three Ghanaian law students have dominated the awards ceremony of a foreign law school.
Albert Agyepong, Naa Koshie Mills and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe were awarded for their outstanding performances at the Gambia School of Law.
The Ghana National Association of Law Students congratulated these brilliant guys and thanked them “for demonstrating that Ghanaian law students are good enough to compete with the very best elsewhere.”
According to the Ghana National Association of Law Students, Albert Agyepong, Naa Koshie Mills and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe topped their classes in different legal courses at the West African law school.
Albert Agyepong was adjudged best student in ‘Legal Drafting & Conveyancing’ and ‘Company Law & Commercial Practices’, Naa Koshie Mills was adjudged best student in ‘Advocacy Skills’ and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe was adjudged best student in ‘Professional Conduct’.
However, according to Prince Ganaku, Albert Agyepong who is a first degree in LLB first-class student was rejected twice when he wrote the entrance exams for the Ghana School of Law.
Meet Albert Agyepong.
First Degree in LL.B.
First Class Law Student.
(It’s very difficult to make a First Class in Law when it’s your first degree)
International Moot Veteran.
Twice Rejected by Aunty Sophia and her GLC.
Goes to Gambia.
And voila! pic.twitter.com/3Cxxa4ICdX
— ES-P (@PrinceGanaku) November 28, 2019
Congratulations to Albert Agyepong, Naa Koshie Mills and Chelsea Oforiwaa Ofoe.
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