Ghana School of Law
The Professional Law Course is designed for Law Graduates who have obtained an LLB degree and have passed the entrance examination. On completion of this course the graduate is qualified to practice law in Ghana. Until the Ghana School of Law was established in 1958, all lawyers in Ghana were trained abroad, almost always at the Inns of Court in England. By convention all lawyers admitted to practice in Ghana become automatic members of the Ghana Bar Association.
The main campus of the Ghana School of Law is at Makola in Accra. There are other satellite campuses also subsequently established at Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology in Kumasi to open a second School of Law there. And finally at GIMPA campus near Legon. The Kumasi campus of the GSL was officially inaugurated in November 2010 by Her Ladyship Mrs. Justice Georgina Theodora Woode, Chief Justice of the Republic of Ghana.
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