Director of Legal Education for the Ghana School of Law, Lawyer Yaw Oppon, has said that his organization is ready to accept as many applicants as would pass the entrance exam.
He claims that staff members at the law school in Makola, Accra, do not try to limit admittance.
On Saturday, August 6, Oppong said, “We are prepared to enroll as many pupils that will qualify,” on Citi FM’s “The Big Issue” program. No one is interested in limiting who can enroll in the Ghana School of Law.
“Everything possible is being done to guarantee that the maximum number of students pass the admission exam and otherwise qualify.
“Who will have control over the numbers? That is not what the law school and its officials have been doing throughout the years, despite the fact that other professions do.
The attorney who was a member of President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-legal Addo’s team for the 2020 election petition case added that all of the rules for the entrance exams for prospective LLB students at the Ghana School of Law were fair.
“Everyone is impacted by the rules you are mentioning. Don’t those who make the regulations have children that want to attend the Ghana School of Law as well? Nobody accepts concessions, Yaw Oppong insisted.
The University of Professional Studies in Accra, the Ghana Institute of Management and Public Administration at the University of Ghana, and Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology all host campuses of the Ghana School of Law, Makola.