Association. I warmly welcome you all to the Faculty of Law of the College of Humanities and Legal Studies of the University of Cape Coast (UCC). I wish to use this opportunity to extend felicitations to prospective lecturers who wish to join us at the Faculty of Law, UCC and urge you to come join our family of legal academics and students. The courts presume that the vague or illusory promises are not seen as a valid contract. The Faculty encourages learning not only in the classroom but outside the classroom as well. The Law Students Union (LSU) also organizes the annual programme known at the Legal Luminaries forum where people from the legal fraternity such as retired and practicing lawyers, judges and legal brains are invited to share their thoughts on pertinent legal developments. Later, due to the separation,.
The second batch are preparing to take their bar exams. The Faculty's vision is to become and remain one of Africa's best Law Faculties, providing rich, experiential, critical legal education. Another programme peculiar to the Faculty of Law, UCC is the Jurists Confab. Our Faculty is also disability friendly and also gender sensitive. They will have a four year study instead of the three-year study plan for the post graduate stream of students. These SHS stream students will take university-wide core courses such as Communicative Skills, African studies and Liberal courses as any UCC undergraduate student and some Faculty courses such as Introduction to Law and Logical Reasoning. Thus, the governments promise had not been implemented. The mission of the Faculty is to produce law graduates with the knowledge, competence and skills to provide legal solutions to the problems confronting Ghana, Africa and the world at large; and to undertake cutting edge research to confront these problems. The Faculty of Law, UCC was established in 2011. The Faculty has begun taking the final year students who have completed their LLB programmes though preparatory classes towards the writing of their entrance examination into the Ghana School of Law.