The government has described the University of Ghana School of Law (UGSoL) as the mother faculty for all other faculties of Law in Ghana. This, acc
The government has described the University of Ghana School of Law (UGSoL) as the mother faculty for all other faculties of Law in Ghana.
This, according to the Deputy Attorney General and Minister of Justice, Alfred Tua-Yeboah, the school, deserves a befitting edifice to carry on its good work.
“The University of Ghana School of Law is the mother faculty and sets the standard for all other faculties of Law in the country.” the Deputy A-G said during a grounding-breaking ceremony for a $14 million multipurpose building for the School.
The Ghc14 million four-story building project, when completed, will have a 1,500-seater auditorium, about 50 lecture rooms — ranging between a 1,000-seater to 16-seater rooms, two 750-seater moot courts, 100 offices, a 500-seater library, a gymnasium, clinic, cafeteria, baby bay, bookshop, and a rooftop bar, among other amenities
Justice Gertrude Sackey Torkornoo, Chief Justice of Ghana, led the breaking of the ground of the project on Monday, October 30, 2023, on UG’s campus.
She described the project as a “visionary” of the government.
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