Law school back on agenda

Giving Guyana its own law school has climbed higher on Cabinet’s list of priorities in light of the  recent decision against Guyanese and other non-UWI law students gaining automatic admission to the Hugh Wooding Law School, says Presidential Advisor on Governance Gail Teixeira.

In an interview with Stabroek News yesterday Teixeira shared that a group, she declined to disclose the identities of the members, has been commissioned to look into the idea, including the cost associated with setting up a law school here.

She continued that the group received its mandate about three weeks ago, and is …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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