The law profession is one of the most prestigious professions all over the world and has been home to some of the most brilliant minds over the course of history. Starting from the orators of Ancient Greece, the profession has undergone many structural changes to become what it is today. Today, more and more bright young people are taking up the profession and doing marvellous things.
Kwame Adusei, a young Ghanaian man has recently graduated from the University of Ghana, Legon law school with a First Class degree in law. After being admitted in 2017 to study for a Bachelor of Laws – LLB, Adusei has finally graduated with flying colours.
During his time in law school, he authored and co-authored academic papers that took critical looks at the constitution and democracy of Ghana. He also completed an internship with LEXCOM, an international law firm with offices in Accra and elsewhere.
Sharing the news of his graduation, he posted a few pictures on LinkedIn with the following caption:
“I am excited to share that I graduated from the University of Ghana with a First Class Degree in Law!
I am extremely grateful to my family, lecturers, seniors and classmates from the University of Ghana School of Law without whose support, encouragement and advice this would not have been possible.
I feel incredibly lucky to have had the opportunity to study at Ghana’s premier law faculty alongside such incredible classmates, and earnestly look forward to what my future holds!”
His post has been met with over a thousand reactions with friends and family congratulating him and wishing him well.