Day: October 5, 2021

Meet Christine Ofosu-Ampadu, Ghanaian Lawyer Called To The Bar In 3 Different Countries

Christine Ofosu-Ampadu, a young Ghanaian woman has just made the bar in Ghana, making it her third state to be qualified to practice in as a lawyer. She is a qualified barrister in England and Wales, and a qualified Attorney-at-Law in the State of New York. Christine is a product of the Kwame University of …

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Kente signifies royalty – Give a royal touch to service . By Jane Ofori

The word Kente, derived from the Akan word Ke-ente meaning “whatever happens to it, it will not tear” which both signifies the importance of the cloth in Asante society as well as the cloth’s representation of the Kingdom. The Power of Service is like Kente.  Nothing tears or breaks it if it is held high and solidly …

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Esinam Awunyo: Called To The Bar After 7 Years Of Persistence

The Ghana School of Law, a few days ago, released the results of their 2021 entrance exams. Since then, social media has been awash with testimonies and complaints alike from successful and unsuccessful applicants. As new students are entering the system, the old ones are also completing their studies and being ushered into the world …

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University of Ghana Valedictorian Christine Selikem Lassey Makes it To Ghana School of Law

Christine Selikem Lassey, the 2021 University of Ghana Valedictorian has just gained admission to the Ghana School of Law to further her studies. In 2017, she gained admission to the University of Ghana to read Bachelor of Laws (LLB), aced her first year and was awarded a Lebanese Government Scholarship. Fast forward to 2021, she graduated with …

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