CARICOM moving to address local law students plight – AG

Attorney General Anil Nandlall says that the Chairman of the Caribbean Community Dr. Ralph Gonsalves will be writing to the Council of Legal Education (CLE), informing that the 25 Guyanese students who have been denied automatic entry to the Hugh Wooding Law School should be admitted for the academic year 2014.

Nandlall made this disclosure to the Government Information Agency (GINA) following the conclusion of the Caricom Heads of Government Summit in St Vincent and the Grenadines yesterday.

Nandlall told GINA that the letter will also call for a review of the provision of legal education …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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