It is with deep sorrow that we announce the demise of Prof. Emmanuel Yaw Benneh, an affable, intelligent and hardworking Associate Professor at the University of Ghana, School of Law (UGSoL) which occurred on Friday, 11th September 2020.
Thirteen students of the University of Ghana School of Law (UGSoL) have been presented with awards by the Lebanese Business Community in Ghana.
The second seminar of the Law in Crisis Series, which was themed “EXECUTIVE POWERS AND COVID-19, THE NEW NORMAL?”, took place on Thursday, 7th May 2020 at 01:00 PM (GMT) over the online platform ‘Zoom’.
The University of Ghana School of Law is pleased to invite you to its ongoing series of lunchtime Zoom seminars called “Law in Crisis”, which will interrogate the impact and legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic on our legal system and democratic institutions, as well as explore avenues for legal innovation.
Join the next panel on International Arbitration, Business and Commercial Contracting in the face of COVID-19, which will be held on Thursday 21 May 2020, at 1pm GMT.
The Panellists are:
The first series of the 7-week virtual class and seminar series on legal responses to COVID-19 was held on Thursday,30th April 2020 at 01:00 PM (GMT). It was on the topic: “The 2020 Elections, the Electoral Commission, and the COVID-19: Pathways for Innovative Election Resiliency Measures”, over the online platform “Zoom”.
The University of Ghana School of Law is pleased to invite you to a series of lunchtime Zoom seminars called “Law in Crises”, which will interrogate the impact and legacy of the COVID-19 pandemic on our legal system and democratic institutions...
The Moot and Advocacy Committee launched the maiden edition of the Inter-Firm Moot Court Competition in the 2018/2019 academic year. The competition, being the first of its kind involved ten Student law firms competing against each other on legal issues in a simulated court hearing where they analyzed a problem, researched the relevant law, prepared written submissions, and presented oral arguments both as applicants and as respondents.