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There are Inaccuracies in Ghana’s Law firms – Retired Appeals Court Judge

Retired Judge of the appeals court, His Lordship Justice Delali Duoso says there are inaccuracies in Ghana’s law firm.

According to him, not everyone who writes Bachelor of Laws, or LLB entrance exams has the passion for the job.

Speaking with Kwame Appiah Kubi on ‘The Maakye program, he stated that, in Ghana, there is no legal structure made in the law firms in regards to what one wants to become.

His Lordship Justice Delali Duoso noted that, in a foreign country, there is a difference between a solicitor and a barrister.

A solicitor is a member of the legal profession qualified to deal with conveyancing, the drawing up of wills, and other legal matters while a ‘barrister’ is an independent specialist advocate and advisor in law but in Ghana, anyone who graduates from the law firm is referred to both.

There should be a difference between lawyers, solicitors, prosecutors, judges, defence council etc in the law firm.

Story filled by: Grace Baaba Sam


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