It is simply saying all LLB candidates should be given an opportunity to take a licensing exam.
The LLB matters!It is also saying Universities are better equipped than a government school to educate the lawyers of the 21st century.
Universities matter!Lastly, it is saying that Supreme Court justices should not be members of administrative bodies whose decisions can come before the Court or the lower courts that it supervises.
Appearance matters!I wholeheartedly endorse the proposal and call for it to be fast-tracked on a bipartisan basis.
But even before the bill goes through the legislative process, the AG can use his power to direct the GLC to allow select universities throughout the country to offer the PLC NOW to the 2,000 stranded LLB holders.
The whole country wins when we allow people to pay for and get their education right here, rather than to go to Gambia, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, etc.
Source|osimpamfm.com|Richard Owusu Tawiah