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CJ embarks on 14 day self-isolation in compliance with COVID-19 Protocols

Chief Justice Kwesi Anin Yeboah has embarked on a 14 day self-isolation in compliance with COVI-19 Protocols. A Circular to all High Court Judges,...

State seek leave to acquire Woyome’s Properties to settle his debt

The State has filed an application at the Supreme Court to seeking leave to acquire properties owned by Alfred Agbesi Woyome, a businessman and...

Our ADR System Needs to be Reinforced for Quick Dispute resolution – CJ

The Chief Justice, Madam Sophia Akuffo, has stressed the need to strengthen the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) mechanisms in the country’s judicial process to...
Chief Justice Sophia Akuffo (5th from right on front row) in a group photograph with participants

CJ charges AU and ECOWAS to Put in Place Early Warning Systems

The African Union (AU) and ECOWAS have been urged to put in place early warning systems for member states with regards to activities of...

Winneba High Court solar power system inaugurated

The Chief Justice, Justice Sophia A. B Akuffo, has inaugurated a solar power plant at the Winneba High Court, as the first of the...
The General Legal Council

GLC to embark on an educational campaign – CJ

The General Legal Council would continue to engage stakeholders to overcome any difficulties, emerging out of the on-going legal education reform and chart the...

Ayisi Addo Battles Anas And Two Others In Court

Justice Ayisi Addo filed the case on Monday November 16, 2015, citing Mr Anas, his Tiger Eye PI firm, the Chief Justice, and the...

Anas Investigations Took Chief Justice By Surprise

The statement from the Chief Justice’s office was released to clarify and dispel rumours and speculations that certain prominent people, including the Chief Justice,...

New Career Magistrates Sworn In To Occupy District Courts

The Chief Justice (CJ), Mrs Justice Georgina Wood, on Monday swore in four trained career magistrates to occupy vacant positions in District courts. The Career...

Judiciary urged not to deny the poor of justice

Mrs Georgina Theodora Wood, the Chief Justice, has decried the level of corruption amongst some courts staff, which she said, tends to undermine the...
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CHRAJ Boss Acts Of Serious Misconduct, Inappropriate Exercise Of Office-CJ

The Chief Justice, Georgina Theodora Woode has concluded that ?a prima facie case has been made to justify full investigations into the complaints? against...

Court awaits CJ?s directives on Amoabeng case

A circuit court in Accra hearing the case of Prince Kofi Amoabeng, Chief Executive Officer of UT Bank, and John Aidoo for fraud on...

226 New Lawyers Enrolled To The Bar

The Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Georgina Theodora Wood on Friday charged young lawyers to uphold and defend the integrity of the legal profession. She said...

The Role of the Judge in Adjudication

Judges and magistrates have been tasked to be desirous of working harder to build a well-respected judiciary richly endowed with the highest standards of...

Let?s Offer More Fitting Ideas To Our Draft Rule

  The Chief Justice, Mrs Justice Georgina Wood has charged stakeholders in the justice delivery system to offer appropriate suggestions and contributions to the draft...

AG Dissociates Itself From Vikileaks Probe

The Attorney-General and Minister of Justice, Mrs Marietta Brew Appiah-Oppong, is reported to have recused herself from the committee set up by the Chief...

NPPs Additions Is Vital For CJ Investigation

Sammy Awuku Tape And Otumfuo Petition Allegation: What The NPP Must Add To The Call On Cj For Investigation Sonetco Institute applauds the New Patriotic...

CJ dismisses Osu District Magistrate.

Chief Justice Georgina Theodora Wood has dismissed the Osu District Magistrate, Her Worship Ellen Anokye from the office effective June 1, 2013. This is because she...

CJ swears in new judge

The Chief Justice (CJ), Mrs. Justice Georgina Wood, on Thursday charged judges to show courtesy and respect to people who visit the courts. She said...