Four young women are currently receiving celebratory messages across social media platforms for their exceptional performance in their School of Law program at the University of Ghana.
This quartet has achieved First Class Honours, a distinction clearly indicated in the Class of 2023 list, which has recently been made available.
The accomplished individuals are as follows: Jasmine Kukua Tekyi Acheampong, Ohenewaa Asantewaa Armoh, Abigail Nakuor Wowolo, and Elenor Wesom Mogeri.
The University of Ghana Law Students’ Union has taken to posting concise profiles of these four exceptional ladies, sharing details that encompass their educational background, aspirations, inspirations, and hobbies.
Among them, Abigail and Jasmine are both alumni of Achimota School, while Kukua and Elenor are proud graduates of Accra Girls Senior High School and Holy Child Senior High School respectively.
The University of Ghana’s School of Law occupies a preeminent position as the foremost institution for legal education in Ghana. Its commitment to equipping students for the legal profession remains unwavering, thus setting a benchmark in this domain.
This institution’s journey commenced as a department within the Faculty of Social Studies during the academic year 1958/59. Subsequently, it advanced to the status of a Faculty in the academic year 1960/61, culminating in its elevation to a fully-fledged school during the academic year 2014/15.