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Raymond Atuguba, navigator of the University of Ghana School of Law

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Professor Raymond Atuguba, the Dean of the University of Ghana School of Law (UGSoL), is leading the institution on a transformative journey towards becoming the premier destination for legal education in Ghana.

Under his guidance, UGSoL is undergoing significant changes to enhance the teaching and learning environment.

With a vision to redefine legal education in Ghana, UGSoL is constructing a new, modern, state-of-the-art multipurpose building. This infrastructure upgrade is just one part of the School’s ambitious plans to incorporate technology and experiential learning into its programs. These initiatives are aimed at providing students with a holistic and innovative approach to legal education.

Professor Atuguba, a seasoned academic with a wealth of experience, is steering UGSoL towards success by leveraging his expertise in law, policy, and development. His leadership has been instrumental in the School’s recent achievements, including the introduction of new Masters programs that have set a benchmark for other law schools to follow.

Beyond academia, Professor Atuguba has a diverse background in public service and consultancy for African governments and international development agencies. His extensive research and advocacy work have had a significant impact on policy-making and legal reforms across the continent.

As a leader, Professor Atuguba embodies the qualities of a navigator, charting a course for UGSoL’s future growth and success. His strategic vision, coupled with a collaborative approach that involves faculty, staff, and students, highlights the importance of effective leadership in achieving organizational goals.

Professor Raymond Atuguba’s leadership at UGSoL exemplifies the Law of Navigation – the art of guiding an organization towards its vision.

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