Really need some help here.
I studied law in England, obtaining an LLB and also an LLM from two schools in England. I later moved back to Nigeria and qualified as a barrister and solicitor in Nigeria. I recently moved to Ghana with my husband and would like to sit the post call course at the Ghana law school designed for lawyers who have qualified in common law jurisdictions.
However, the application guidelines stipulate a number of courses which must have been taken during the LLB program. I studied most of these courses for the LLB except a few (company, corporate and environment law). BUT I studied an environmental law module during my masters and also corporate and company law modules during the Nigerian bar qualification program.
Does this make me qualified or unqualified to apply for the Ghana post call program? I have an LLb from a common law country as well as an LLM and I am qualified to practise law in Nigeria.
[Edited by FisayoB on Sep 05, 2019]