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    I Was Inspired To Help Law Students Due to the Difficulties in the Course-Tachie Antiedu


    The author of Reading The Law (RTL), a popular book which provides education on how one can become a lawyer in Ghana, Benjamin Tachie-Antiedu has revealed he was inspired to produce the book to help Law students across the country to find it easier to study a demanding course such as Law.

    The legal practitioner in a recent Interview on the CGC show with Adjoa Omie disclosed “it was a personal commitment I made in 2011 that having encountered the difficulties in the legal education sector, I promised myself to deliver this book so that those who will come after me will not suffer the same fate”.

    Reacting to a question on why many students do not make it to the Ghana School of Law, Mr Tachie-Antiedu said the number of LLB students from various universities is high and so the is the need for an expansion to accommodate qualified LLB students into the only Institution in the country for training lawyers.

    “when legal education started, way back in 1960 it was only the University of Ghana that was offering the LLB so they were able to contain the numbers so as soon as they are done they proceed to the Ghana School of Law, so that was smooth. Then along the line other law faculties came up so now we have over 12 law faculties in the Country so the numbers are high”, he noted.

    Speaking on how Law students could pass their courses, Lawyer Tachie-Antiedu said they should read before going to class as well as follow up with intelligent questions. He further urged them to prepare a summarized note to help guide them after classes.

    A Look At Reading the Law (RTI)

    Reading the Law book (RTL) has so far been duly assessed and approved by seven (7) tertiary institutions in Ghana for their Law students. The Institutions are the University of Ghana, Legon, University of Cape Coast, Central University and Wisconsin International University College.

    The rest are Kings University College, Ghana, KAAF University College, Ghana and the College of Science, Arts and Education.

    RTL is in four (4) parts that offers comprehensive guidance to every Ghanaian law student either at the LLB or professional level, and other students pursuing MBA, marketing, land economy and related fields of study. RTL also offers great value to Lawyers, Court Registrars, Public Servants, Police Officers and other Security Personnel and can be purchased at various libraries across the country.

     

     

     

     



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