Tag: Legal Profession
What Do We Desire/Expect From our Legal Apprentices Otherwise Referred to as Pupils?
By Charlotte O. Kwakye-Nuako, Esq, PhD Legal practice is basically an apprenticeship backed by law—at least at the beginning. The Legal Profession Act, 1960 (Act ... Read More
Of Gaudy Earrings, Bare Arms and Revealed Cleavage: The Feminine Face of the Ills of the Bar?
Introduction Literature-in-English was my favourite subject in both my O’ and A’ Level classes at St. Monica’s Secondary School in Asante-Mampong. Apart from the richness ... Read More
Legal Profession 1 – 1 Revenue Authority
Lawyers and taxmen make strange bedfellows. And in more than one instance, attempts to infuse the enforcement of tax obligations with justice delivery have been ... Read More