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St Mary’s SHS wins “moot court” competition

Accra, June 29, GNA – St...

St Mary’s SHS wins “moot court” competition St Mary’s SHS wins “moot court” competition

Accra, June 29, GNA – St.

Mary’s Senior High School (SHS) in Accra has emerged winners in the second edition of.

Senior High School (SHS) in Accra has emerged winners in the second edition of the.

High School (SHS) in Accra has emerged winners in the second edition of the SHS.

School (SHS) in Accra has emerged winners in the second edition of the SHS “moot.

(SHS) in Accra has emerged winners in the second edition of the SHS “moot court”.

Thomas Aquinas SHS, and Achimota School, in that order.

The competition sought to unearth.

Aquinas SHS, and Achimota School, in that order.

The competition sought to unearth talents.

SHS, and Achimota School, in that order.

The competition sought to unearth talents among.

and Achimota School, in that order.

The competition sought to unearth talents among students.

Achimota School, in that order.

The competition sought to unearth talents among students about.

School, in that order.

The competition sought to unearth talents among students about law.

Additionally, it is, to encourage them to consider pursuing law careers,” he said.

He.

it is, to encourage them to consider pursuing law careers,” he said.

He said.

is, to encourage them to consider pursuing law careers,” he said.

He said plans.

Appiagyei-Atua said the competition started as a pilot in 2017 with eight schools in the.

said the competition started as a pilot in 2017 with eight schools in the Accra.

the competition started as a pilot in 2017 with eight schools in the Accra Metropolis,.

However, the organisers have decided to keep it alive this year, involving only four of.

the organisers have decided to keep it alive this year, involving only four of the.

organisers have decided to keep it alive this year, involving only four of the previous.

have decided to keep it alive this year, involving only four of the previous schools”.

decided to keep it alive this year, involving only four of the previous schools”.

to keep it alive this year, involving only four of the previous schools”.

He.

We have been taught how to present our cases in clear manner and confidently,” she.

have been taught how to present our cases in clear manner and confidently,” she said.

been taught how to present our cases in clear manner and confidently,” she said.

Kofi Quashigah, UG School of Law, and Prof.

Ken Attafuah, Executive Secretary, National Identification Authority.
GNA.

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