Lead Companion of Robert Smith Regulation Group, Lawyer Bobby Banson has launched his first guide on Civil Litigation in Ghana.
That is seen as an important step in making the instructing, studying and understanding of the principles of courtroom, an pleasurable enterprise.
The guide titled “Civil Litigation within the Excessive Court docket of Ghana” is geared toward offering a helpful information for the understanding of the rules which underlie civil litigation within the excessive courtroom in Ghana.
Bobby Banson who can be a Lecturer on the Ghana Regulation Faculty stated the guide highlights the civil litigation procedures within the excessive courtroom which is a certain basis for appreciating the processes within the different courts.
“We selected the excessive courtroom as a result of we opined that an understanding of the procedures within the excessive courtroom is a certain basis for appreciating the procedures within the different courts. We didn’t intend to theorize the topic. We needed to make it as simple and sensible as doable. We used minimal phrases and case legislation to clarify the ideas,” stated Bobby Banson on the launch of the guide held on the Movenpick Resort, Accra.
The guide additionally touched on the legislation of proof and arbitration; in ways in which interaction with the principles of courtroom.
Talking on the guide launch ceremony, the Deputy Lawyer Common, Diana Asonaba Dapaah, acknowledged that Ghana’s authorized schooling system has confronted many challenges and has undergone quite a lot of modifications all with the intention of setting a excessive commonplace for the standard of authorized schooling, in addition to making authorized schooling extra accessible.
In accordance with the Deputy Lawyer Common, Civil Process is a course that’s infamous for being burdensome for a lot of college students and even practitioners. “The rigmarole and the intricacies of the principles will not be for the fainthearted, and a case, because the training legal professionals current right here would attest, can simply be gained via the suitable information and use of the civil process guidelines.”
“A case can equally be misplaced on account of the lack of awareness of the principles. Sadly, nonetheless, there don’t exist many textbooks on the themes by Ghanaian Authors. I imagine that the creator of this guide has delivered to the fore, in easy, simply digestible language his a number of years of expertise in instructing and practising this topic,” added Diana Asonaba Dapaah.
Prof. Richard Frimpong Oppong (FGA), a Fellow of the Ghana Academy of Arts and Sciences who chaired the guide launch was excited concerning the progress of scholarly writings, particularly books on Ghana legislation.
“There was a exceptional progress within the variety of books on Ghanaian legislation. I’ve been conscious of three books printed or launched by Ghanaian authorized students. This guide is a welcome addition to this phenomenal progress in jurisprudence in Ghana. The guide is a superb addition to the present physique of scholarship,” stated Prof. Richard Frimpong Oppong.
Prof Oppong believes the guide ought to turn into a vital a part of the toolkit of any lawyer who needs to grasp and efficiently traverse this terrain on the trail to looking for justice for his or her shopper.
He inspired the creator to make sure the guide turns into the primary to be printed in digital format.