499 aggrieved law students sue GLC, AG, Ghana Law Sch Dir. over ‘failed’ entrance exam
499 LLB holders seeking admission to Ghana School of Law but were considered to have ‘failed’ entrance examinations under alleged controversial circumstances, have sued the Director of the Ghana School of Law, General Legal Council and Attorney General.
The students through their legal advisors led by Martin Kpebu filed the application requesting the court to quash decision of the school in a Certiorari application.
The duplicate of the suit acquired by African Editors is additionally looking for “a pronouncement that direct the first Respondent in proclaiming the candidates as having failed the selection test into the Ghana School of Law for the Professional Law course held in August 21 in spite of the way that candidates had gotten marks somewhere in the range of 50 and 61 out of an all out 100 imprints is breach of Article 23, 25 and 17 9f the 1992 Constitution.
Other reliefs include “An order of Certiorari to quash the decision of the 1st Respondent that only candidates who obtained at least 50% in each of the sections (A & B) of the Ghana School of Law entrance examination held on August 24, 2021, as contained in a notice published on October 4, 2021, by the Director of the Ghana School of Law on behalf of the General Legal Council for being a violation of articles 23, 25 and 17 od the 1992 Constitution and for being unreasonable for having being made after the examination referred to in relief (i) but being applied to that exam.
Source : africaneditors.com
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