AN ARGUMENT FOR DEMOCRACY? CORONAVIRUS, THE LAW OF TREATIES AND AUTHORITARIAN GOVERNMENT By Donkor Samuel Asante

The novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) is a flu-like disease that was first detected in Wuhan, China. Today, it is a global pandemic. This narrative could have been different. Dr. Li Wenliang observed symptoms of a flu-like infection in Wuhan. He quickly cautioned close friends and colleagues of his observations but his warning went viral on the […]

THE LAW ON MURDER: A JUXTAPOSITION BETWEEN THE CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE IN THE USA AND GHANA; A CASE STUDY OF THE US-BASED GHANAIAN PASTOR WHO ALLEGEDLY MURDERED HIS WIFE By Abigail Asantewaa Opoku

  INTRODUCTION A few weeks ago, the media was abuzz with the news of a US-based Ghanaian pastor who shot his wife Barbara Tommey (now deceased) in cold blood in Florida, United States. According to news reports, it appeared that the threat to kill her was clearly written on the wall after videos and audios […]

CONTACT TRACING APPLICATIONS AND THE RIGHT TO BE LEFT ALONE IN COVID-19 By Christine Selikem Lassey

  The World Health Organization, a few months ago, declared COVID-19 a pandemic. Countries have resorted to technological tools to curb the spread of the virus. Technological advancement has been a blessing to the human race. Its impact in the health sector cannot be overlooked. Sophisticated machines are used in surgical procedures and mobile applications […]

THE CONCEPT OF JUDICIAL INDEPENDENCE IN GHANA : A THEORETICAL CONJECTURE OR A PRACTICAL REALITY? By Frederick Agaaya Adongo and Patience Asabagna

  One of the structural pillars of a truly democratic dispensation is the concept of judicial independence. Without it, we would be establishing the rule of flagrant abuse of human rights and the reign of wanton disregard for the rule of law under the guise of the administration of justice. If there is no proper […]