Legal Unit

The Legal Unit was established in June 2011 as part of the Vice Chancellor’s initiative to handle the Institution’s legal issues and also advise Management on issues that border on legal matters.
The Legal Unit is also licensed by the General Legal Council as a Law Chamber that can initiate action in court and other paralegal Institutions. Newly called lawyers may have their pupilage at the Legal Unit and the Unit can admit law students for attachment.
The Legal Unit has a library which is well stocked with Law Reports, Laws of Ghana and other law books and journals.
Some of the functions of the Unit include but not limited to the following:

  • Reviewing all Legal documents.
  • Drafting of Agreements, Contracts and Memorandum of Understanding.
  • Give the necessary advice on legal issues
  • To ensure that there is fair and just labour practice in the Institution.


To  provide  the  Institution  with  professional  legal  advice  in  a  timely  and efficient manner.


To work closely with Management as efficiently as possible to reduce unwarranted litigation and cost to the Institution.