Lawyer and KPMG Professor in Accounting at the Fisher School of Accounting, University of Florida Stephen Kwaku Asare widely known as Kwaku Azar has revealed how we are training our future lawyers to defend the rule of law.
In a post shared on his official Facebook page on Friday, 29th July 2022, he wrote;
"This is how we are training our future lawyers to defend the rule of law." He revealed the Undertaking Of Professional Law Course Applicant as below;
"The General Legal Council (GLC) has over the years established credible, rigorous and well-benchmarked systems and procedures for assessing answer booklets and re checking of same for all candidates before examination results are released.
Thus, the decision of the General Legal Council in respect of the published results of the Entrance Examination shall be final. No request for re-marking of scripts, re-tallying of scores or review or marks shall be accepted. Candidates cannot also request to see their marked answer scripts or the marking schemes used for marking the questions.
In view of the above, I undertake to accept without question, the decision of the General Legal Council in respect of the published results of the Entrance Examination as final."
Prof Azar said "You cannot ask for regrading, retallying, or review of your exam. You can’t see the marking scheme. You don’t know the passing score.
If you agree to these terms then you have lost the first and most important case of your career."
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