This article argues among other things that the court’s discretion in granting bail under the lenses of section 96(5) and (6) should only exist where there has not been an unreasonable delay in bringi...
Source: Ernest Kwadwo Kyere
The author sheds light on the pressing need for vigilance and awareness in an era where the lines between the digital and physical worlds become increasingly indistinct
Source: Nicolinn Nana Adjowa Kwaw
Over four decades ago, Ghana signed the United Nations Convention on Contracts for the International Sale of Goods (CISG), a pivotal treaty that provides a standardized legal framework for cross-borde...
Source: Joel Telfer Jnr
The authors discuss how the COVID-19 and its associated restrictions have impacted some basic freedoms such as movement and liberty.
Source: Martin Waana-Ang and Frederick Agaaya Adongo
The author evaluates the decision of the Supreme Court of Ghana in the case of Odamtten & others v. Wuta-Ofei & Ors, with respect to the application of the rule of customary law applicable in patrilin...
Source: Kwame Adusei
The author urges for discussions on the matter of paying salaries to first and second ladies to be discussed under legal and fiscal contexts. Learn more here.
Source: Kennedy-Zumedor Shalom