AVOIDING JUDICIAL REVIEW: HOW AND WHY THE COURT CAN AVOID STRIKING DOWN SECTION 172(2) OF ACT 992 by Selikem Donkor

The paramount role of democratic states today “is not about how to justify rights and other constitutional norms, but how to protect them” (Peter Atupare: 2005, p.1). In the Human Rights jurisprudence of democratic states today, the best way, to insure and protect these rights is by entrenching them in constitutional provisions – a higher […]

RE: “ALLEGED 419 DIRECTOR”: ASSESSING THE CONSTITUTIONALITY OF SECTION 172(2) OF THE COMPANIES ACT, 2019 (ACT 992) By Frederick Agaaya Adongo

In an erudite legal masterpiece authored by my esteemed sister and friend, Christine Selikem Lassey, titled: “Alleged 419 Director”: Assessing the Constitutionality of Section 172(2) of The Companies Act, 2019 (Act 992), the legality of section 172(2) the Companies Act, 2019 (Act 992) was challenged. The conclusion reached by her has been challenged by another […]

A CASE OF UNCONSTITUTIONALITY, A VIOLATION OF HUMAN RIGHTS OR A WRONG CONSTRUCTION- A VISIT BY LASSEY SELIKEM TO THE HIGH COURT OF GHANA by Selikem Donkor

In an era of Human Rights, it is very common to wake up to calls by actors both in the national and international arena, erecting claims of a considered character charging against constitutions, government officials and public actors for violating Human Rights provisions which have gained consecration. Our very own, Lassey Selikem made such a […]

‘’Alleged 419 Director ‘’: Assessing the constitutionality of section 172(2) of The Companies Act, 2019 (Act 992) by Christine Selikem Lassey

The law is certain but not static. There is a need for modification to suppress the mischief of society as they occur. In the wake of the collapse of many banks and micro-finance institutions in the country, there was a need to revisit and appraise the potency of our laws. This is particularly because of […]

The One Social Pastime I Allow Myself (As a Law Student) by Divine Selase Agborli (Third Place in the Blog Writing Competition)

Hello Sikahene, So this letter is a reply to your question regarding the one social pastime I allow myself. It’s your seventh week in law school and you may have noticed that law students really don’t have a life. It’s as if their lives revolve around the library and even for those who live in […]

OMG, The Main Question I Studied For Didn’t Drop! by Melody Vanderpuye-Orgle (Second Place in the Blog Writing Competition)

I have always loved being tested. And it’s not just because I consider myself a smart girl or enjoy coming out from the exam halls with my palms soiled from ink. I just love to be tested. It was my final semester in my under-graduate class and I could not wait to write my final […]

The One Social Pastime I Allow Myself by Sedinam Botwe (Overall Winner of Blog Writing Competition)

Life as a law student is hard. Which is why I’m at Serallio right now sipping my Kpoo Keke and contemplating passing by Bloombar when things die down here at Serallio. Occasionally, I break into a fierce zanku when a song I like comes on. I expect to get drunk before I leave for Bloombar, […]