Kobby Afari Yeboah is being celebrated for his outstanding performance as a member of the Class of 2020 at the Ghana School of Law.
Last week, some 400 new lawyers were called to the bar and they officially became Barristers and Solicitors of the Supreme Court of Ghana.
While all 400 student lawyers who passed out that day felt like winners in their own right, Kobby, on the other hand, might have felt like one of the few winners among winners.
Kobby won two awards at the graduation ceremony.
He was the Best Student in Criminal Procedure and Best Student in Law Practice Management and Legal.
However, the Mfantsipim School old boy’s success did not come as a surprise to those who know him.
He has an impressive resume and he has his eyes set on becoming a UN Diplomat while still practising law.
“I am an international law enthusiast. I believe the sustainability of the world’s resources thrive on the advancement of international law through advocacy, international litigation and diplomatic cooperation,” he said via LinkedIn.
“I am determined to contribute significantly to the development of international law in furtherance of the world’s needs,” he added.
After completing Mfantsipim in 2014 having studied General Arts, Kobby gained admission to read Bachelor of Law (LLB) at the University of Ghana.
Graduating with a First Class, he then sat and passed the tricky Ghana Law School entrance exam in 2018.
That set him on the two-year law school journey that ended victoriously for him last week.
Kobby Afari Yeboah is one impressive young man who is laying his path to much greater prospects.
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