The Ghana School of Law Library aims at bringing library services to the point of users need. The Library houses one of the country’s finest collections of printed legal materials, secondary legal resources and provides access to online services and free internet sources. The Library supports legal researchers by integrating access to print and online sources. The primary function of the Library is to provide efficient and effective services that meet the needs of Faculty, Students, Staff and Library patrons. Some resources have been allocated for students at Green-Hill Legon Campus and KNUST Campus.
The School has a 30-seater Computer Laboratory. The setup of the computer laboratory is to enable students walk in and plug in their laptops to the School’s computer network. Alternatively, students who wish to remain in their lecture halls can connect to the School Computer network via WIFI.
The Alumni Office aims at bringing together all past students of the Ghana School of Law to enable them work for their mutual benefit and that of the School.
STUDENTS’ REPRESENTATIVE COUNCIL
The Students’ Representative Council (SRC) represents the interests of students. It provides a connection with other organizations outside the School. Its officers are elected annually by a ballot of all students during the First Semester. The structure of the SRC as laid down in its constitution is three-fold namely the Executive Council, the Congress and the Judiciary. Annual activities the SRC embarks on include SRC Law Week Celebration, Carols Night Service and the Legal Outreach and Career Fair. Other important Committees and Societies of the SRC include the Editorial Board, the Welfare Committee and the Moot Court Society that organizes intra-campus as well as national and international moot competitions.
LAW CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP
The Law Christian Fellowship (LCF) is a non-denominational family of Christians which is concerned about the spiritual development of students on campus. It has the Human Rights Centre that does pro bono for the underprivileged in the society especially prisoners.