THE RIGHT TO SELF-DETERMINATION AND THE PURPORTED SECESSION OF WESTERN TOGOLAND: A REPLY TO MARTIN WAANA-ANG by Frederick Agaaya Adongo

It is no news that in Ghana today there is an incessant and ever-present attempt fueled by a secessionist group, namely the Homeland Study Group Foundation, to declare the Western Togoland as an independent state. In considering the legal implications of this attempt as far as international law is concerned, Martin Waana-ang of the KNUST […]

COVID-19 IN PERSPECTIVE, A PROPHECY ON THE LOOMING NEGLIGENCE CLAIMS, PART 3 by Christine Selikem Lassey

This last essay comes on the heels of two others, which sought to explore the specie and terrain concerning negligence claims in this COVID-19 era. The first discussed the liability of medical practitioners during COVID-19 and explored the possibility of immunity while the second essay assessed the liability of persons for the transmission of COVID-19 […]

LAW, POSITIVISM AND MORALITY: THE PENSIVE ENQUIRY OF A PROSPECTIVE STUDENT OF JURISPRUDENCE by Frederick Agaaya Adongo

In earlier stages of our academic journeys, we were made to believe simply that “law” refers to rules and regulations that govern a group of people. Confronted with the question “what is law”, the layman would, in one or another formulation, define it along the stated line. However, this will appear to the student of […]