Alhaji Inusah Fuseini, a ranking Member of Parliament’s constitutional, legal and parliamentary affairs committee, has blamed the General Legal Council (GLC) and the administrators of the Ghana School of Law (GSL) for the huge failures recorded in the 2018 law exams.
In an interview on March 25, 2019, Fuseini indicated that the GLC and GSL have done little beyond putting up some infrastructure for the school.
According to a Myjoyonline.com report, he argued that the lack of a holistic approach to managing the school has made academic work unfriendly.
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He further criticised the entire GSL model saying it lacked transparency because there were no marking schemes for some of the courses examined.
He went on to say that GSL needed to allow institutions to teach the professional courses, so that GSL becomes a regulatory body, and set the questions for the students to answer.
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