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The Faculty of Law of the University of Ghana is the premier centre for legal education in Ghana and continues to lead the way in preparing students for the legal profession.

The Faculty was first established as a department of the Faculty of Social Studies in the 1958/59 academic year and became a full fledged Faculty in the 1960/61 academic year.

The Faculty is distinguished by an enviable pedigree. From its inception, it has been a seat of intellectual excellence, a fact borne out by the national and international achievements and stature of its alumni.

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
2009Colonial-Postcolonial Antecedent of Minority Rights Issues in Africa’ in Contemporary Issues in Law and Economics IIAtupare, A. P.; Appiagyei-Atua, K.
2013Truth Commissions and International Criminal Courts’ in Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua (eds.) Emerging Human Rights Norms in Post-Cold War AfricaAtupare, A.P.
2013National Courts and the Development of Human Rights Case-Law in Africa’ in Kwadwo Appiagyei-Atua (eds.) Emerging Human Rights Norms in Post-Cold War AfricaAtupare, A. P.
2013Sarbah on Legal Pluralism in the Gold Coast: Some Insights for Ghana’s Current Legal System?’ Josiah-Ayeh et al,Atupare, A. P.
2007Colonialism to Globalization: The Human Rights and Democratic Deficits in Western Development Policies in Africa” in Contemporary Issues in Law and EconomicsAtupare, A. P.; Appiagyei-Atua, K.; Bentil, J.
2008The Pillars and Kernel of Independence of National Human Rights Institutions: A Comparative Analysis of Canada, Ghana and South Africa Human Rights Commissions (2008) 1 Inquiry & Insight:Atupare, A. P.
2011Legitimacy, Judicial Review and Human Rights Enforcement in GhanaAtupare, A. P.
2013Taxonomy of Transitional Justice in Africa: A Refection on the Theoretical Trajectories of Truth Commissions and International Criminal CourtsAtupare, A. P.
2013Interpretation and Constitutions in Africa: A Focused Inquiry into Comparative Constitutional Interpretation in Ghana and NigeriaAtupare, A. P.,
2008Core Curriculum & General Education: Meeting our Challenges with Innovative ToolsAinuson, K.,; Ulbig, S. G.,
2007Review of Ethics and Public Policy: Method and Cases, by William T. Bluhm and Robert A. Heineman. Prentice HallAinuson, K.,
2009An Advocacy Coalition Approach to Water Policy Change in Ghana: A Look at Belief Systems and Policy Oriented LearningAinuson, K.,
2010Urban Water Politics and Water Supply in Disadvantaged Urban Communities in GhanaAinuson, K.,
2007Blazing the Path: An Assessment of the Contribution of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda to the Jurisprudence on GenocideDjokoto, G.,
2010Healing the Blind Spots: An Exposition and Critique of the Law on Maritime Liens under the Ghana Shipping Act, 2003Djokoto, G.,
2013Legislative Trajectory and Judicial Interventions on interest rates in GhanaDjokoto, G.
2007Ten (10) Publications on Biosecurity Legislation and Institutional Framework in selected African CountriesManteaw, S. O.,
2007Reforming Legal Education in Africa: Lessons from GhanaManteaw, S. O.,
2007Clinical Legal Education: An Introduction and Proposals for ReformManteaw, S. O.,
2008Legal Education in Africa: What Type of Lawyer does Africa Need?Manteaw, S. O.,
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