Gov’t willing to help expand capacity of Hugh Wooding – Nandlall

Legal Affairs Minister Anil Nandlall says the Govern-ment of Guyana (GoG) would be willing to help expand the capacity of the Hugh Wooding Law School as CLE Chairper-son Jacqueline Samuels-Brown says government intervention is key to solving the present space dilemma.

Owing to the lack of space at the Hugh Wooding Law School, the Council of Legal Education (CLE), the body which oversees the provision of legal education in the Caribbean, voted against allowing the top performing 25 law graduates from the Univer-sity of Guyana (UG) automatic entrance into the school, as per prior agreements.

It should be noted that the decision was not limited to Guyana’s students, but all students hailing from non-University of the …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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