Four female students from the University of Ghana’s School of Law are receiving congratulatory messages on social media for achieving First Class Honours in their course. The achievements of these students have been acknowledged in the Class of 2023 list released by the university.
The four accomplished students are Jasmine Kukua Tekyi Acheampong, Ohenewaa Asantewaa Armoh, Abigail Nakuor Wowolo, and Elenor Wesom Mogeri.
The University of Ghana Law Students’ Union shared brief profiles of these exceptional young women, highlighting details such as their educational background, aspirations, motivations, and hobbies.
Two of them, Abigail and Jasmine, are alumni of Achimota School. Kukua and Elenor attended Accra Girls Senior High School and Holy Child Senior High School, respectively.
The University of Ghana’s School of Law is recognized as the premier center for legal education in Ghana. It has a longstanding history of preparing students for the legal profession and is known for its role in shaping legal education standards in the country.
The School of Law was initially established as a department within the Faculty of Social Studies during the 1958/59 academic year. Over time, it evolved into a Faculty in the 1960/61 academic year and eventually achieved the status of a full-fledged school in the 2014/15 academic year.
These four young women’s outstanding achievements serve as an inspiration to students aspiring to excel in the field of law and contribute to the advancement of legal education and practice in Ghana.