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Ghana School of Law Programmes Available for Admission

Below is the list of Courses offered at Ghana School of Law. Before applying, applicants are to take note of their Entry Requirements.

Courses Offered at Ghana School of Law

In addition to the academic work, students are mandated to undertake a 6-month compulsory internship in selected Law Firms, Legal Departments, and the Courts. Students will be assessed at the end of the internship. Only passed and referred students shall participate in the Internship Programme.

#1. Professional Law Course (PLC)

This is designed for Bachelor of Laws graduates from the University of Ghana, the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science & Technology (Kumasi) and other universities approved by the Council.

Currently, the School runs a Semester Programme. The following compulsory subjects are studied during the First Semester:

  •  Law of Evidence
  • Interpretation of Deeds and Statutes
  • Criminal Procedure
  • Civil Procedure
  • Conveyancing and Legal Drafting
  • Advocacy & Legal Ethics

The Compulsory subjects studied during the Second Semester are:

  •  Law Practice Management and Legal Accountancy
  • Company and Commercial Practice
  • Family Law and Practice
  • Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR)

#2. Post-Call Law Course

This course is designed for Ghanaians who have qualified in common Law countries outside Ghana, which operate in the legal system analogous to Ghana.

Post- Call students shall study the following subjects:

  • Criminal Procedure
  • Civil Procedure
  • Law of Evidence
  • Family Law & Practice
  • Law of Interpretation of Deeds and Statues
  • Ghana Constitutional Law
  • Ghana Legal System

The duration of the course is one academic year which starts in October and ends in June. Examinations are held at the end of June.

In conclusion, these are the Courses offered at Ghana School of Law. You may want to visit the School’s website or campus for more information.

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