Legislator for South Dayi Rockson Nelson-Dafeamekpor has called on the courts to consider publishing their decisions on the website of the judicial service for the attention of parties. This, according to him, will save both the courts and parties in cases on time spent travelling in and out of the
A move has been initiated by Ghana‘s legislature to exempt Ghanaians who wish to study abroad from taking English Proficiency Examinations as a requirement to gain admission to foreign universities. This issue was brought bare after a statement delivered by the legislator for South Dayi, Rockson–Nelson Dafeamekpor. Mr. Dafeamekpor was
Speaker of Parliament, Alban Bagbin, has expressed his surprise at Legal Practitioner and Council of State member Sam Okudzeto’s remark that “we will deal with you” in response to a move by two opposition lawmakers to introduce a private members’ bill to amend the Legal Profession Act, 1960, Act 32.
A former Presidential candidate aspirant and a New Patriotic Party heavy-weight, Dr Kobina Arthur Kennedy, has slammed the language used by a Council of State member Sam Okudzeto in criticizing the Private Members Bill filed by two Parliamentarians to improve legal education in Ghana. Mr Sam Okudzeto, a veteran lawyer
The Attorney General, Godfred Yeboah response to Parliament over a resolution to get 499 law students admitted into the Ghana Law School has gotten some of the lawmakers incensed. South Dayi Member of Parliament Rockson Nelson Dafeamekpor has described the Attorney General’s response to Parliament as condescending. He described the
Issues regarding legal education in Ghana has necessitated a move by Member of Parliament South Dayi Rockson Dafeamekpor and Francis-Xavier Sosu, to file a private members bill that seeks to amend the Legal Professions Act 1960, Act 32 which will, in turn, limit the powers of the General Legal Council.