Law education Ghana is experiencing one of the greatest transformations in recent times, with many hoping to get a slot.
However, little is known about the competence needed to pursue law education and the opportunities available in the law career.
It provided the opportunity for the faculty to interact with the participants to address their questions.
Dr Ernest Owusu-Dapaa is the dean.
“We felt that it’s not enough to wait for students to buy KNUST forms and then they’re selected and admitted.
“It is programmed to give SHS students the earliest opportunity to know what it takes to become law students.
The career pathways and trajectories which are out there, opportunities in Ghana and opportunities outside Ghana,” he explained.
Dr Owusu-Dapaa was hopeful of extending the programme to other regions.
“Next year, we’d explore the possibility of having one in Accra to take care of schools which are around the coast and some for schools in the northern sector and middle belt,” he said.
Provost of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, Prof. Charles Marfo charged the students to put in more effort in their educational pursuits.
“Commit your head to studies,” he said.
Dr Owusu-Dapaa hinted at hosting the 2023 edition of the competition in Kumasi, Ghana.