Law students boycott 'special classes' for repeated students
The students of the Ghana school of law have boycotted 'special classes 'designed for repeated students who failed the bar examination.
Only 64 students passed the examination out of the total number of 525 students who sat for the bar examination. 284 students were asked to repeat and rewrite all the 10 courses of programmes they registered, while 177 others who were referred in various papers will have to inquiry those papers.
The law students have petitioned Parliament to set up a committee of enquiry to look into the recent high rate of failure among students of the school. Adding to that, they also want the committee to consider their claim that some of the questions set in examinations were outside the syllabus assigned to them by the authorities of the school.
The students in a letter signed by the SRC president of the school, Emmanuel Kwabena Owusu Amoah addressed to the director of the Ghana Law School, they said: