- The University of Ghana law school saw four ladies graduate with first class honours in the 2019 batch
- Abena, Lydia, Parella and Hamida are four out of the five graduating Law Faculty class of 2019 who had first class
- Richard Dwamena Boampong was the only male student who graduated with first class
Four ladies have graduated with a first class degree in law from the University of Ghana Law School.
They are Abena, Lydia, Parella and Hamida who are with the graduating Law Faculty class of 2019.
Attaining first class honours is never an easy thing to come by, as only few students manage to achieve that.
Also, males have usually dominated in this regard, with very few females often claiming first class honours
However, these four ladies have changed the narrative with their excellent performance at the Law School.
The Class of 2019 of the University of Ghana Law School saw five persons graduate with first class degrees.
Abena, Lydia, Parella and Hamida were part of the five, with only one male student – Richard Dwamena Boampong – also attaining first class.
This is the highest number of persons to be graduating with first class honours since the Law Faculty became a full-fledged school in the 2014/15 academic year.
Each first class student received a cash award of $500 each from Lawyer Kimathi Kuenyehia and, Kimathi and Partners.
Meanwhile, 111 students successfully graduated from the University of Ghana School of Law over the weekend.
In all, there were 41 males and 69 female graduates.
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