President: Andrew Nii Adjei Khartey.
Born in the capital city of Ghana, specifically Osu, Andrew Nii Adjei Khartey an indigene of Teshie had his basic education at the Corpus Christi School and proceeded to the Achimota School for his secondary education, where he learnt to use the three ‘Hs’, that is, the Head, Heart and Hands. Andrew was exposed to the basic rudiments of service and leadership when he had the opportunity to serve the school and students as Senior Prefect.
After successfully completing his senior secondary education, Andrew gained admission to the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where he acquired a Bachelor of Laws(LLB) degree. In 2014, he was admitted into the Ghana School of Law and was a member of the GIMPA Campus family, until he transferred to the Accra Main Campus in October, 2015 after his election to the office of President of the Students Representative Council.
An ardent Catholic, Andrew worships with the St Bakhita Catholic Church, Community 20, and is a fairly active member.
An ‘amateur’ footballer, and an addict of Whatsapp, you are sure to catch me doing one of the two in my free time. Give me a plate of jollof, chicken and plaintain anytime, anywhere and you will surely be forever appreciated. I definitely cannot end without talking about my love for Chorale Music. James Varrick Armah and Newlove Annan top my list of composers.
As President of the SRC of this great institution I am guided and motivated by two basic principles of life: “Heavy lies the head that wears the crown” and “Being a living water to a thirsty land.”
General Secretary : Antoinette Winnie Essilfie
was elected as the General Secretary of the Student Representative Council for the 2015/2016 Academic Year on the 27th April 2015.
As Secretary for the SRC ,she in charge of organizing a General Assembly which serves as a forum for the students of the school to air the grievances and provides suggestions as well as be updated with information from the administration. She is the liaison between the executive council and the student body as well as the administration. She also plays a major role in helping the entire executive council as one unit to promote the interest and welfare of the entire student body.
Before entering the law school in 2014, Antoinette was a student of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology where she obtained a degree in Law (LL.B). In KNUST she served on various committees and held various leadership positions. She served on the Protocol Committee of the Law Students Union in 2011, The Organizing Committee in 2012 before being appointed General Secretary of the Law Students Union in 2012 /2013 where she worked together with other appointed executives to improve the faculty.
Antoinette has helped with other organizations such as the Georgina T.Woode moot court competition, The KNUST University Choir and the Entertainment Committee for Africa Hall JCR of the Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and also co- founded the Two Cedi for the Needy Charity Organization.
The Secretary has worked with Obeng-Sakyi and Sogbodjor Barristers &Solicitors (Accra) and Biggafish Limited in London.
She believes that leadership is service to the people.
Organizing Secretary : Nana Osei Adutwum
Nana Osei Adutwum was born on May 05, 1991 in Accra, Greater Accra Region. He is a Christian who believes in the Anglican Doctrine. He had his primary and junior secondary education at Ridge Church School in Accra. In 2006, after his Basic Education Certificate Examination (BECE), he proceeded to Opoku Ware School. His passion to be a legal luminary at a tender age influenced his decision to study General Arts in school from 2006 to 2009. In 2010, he gained admission to Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology to read Law and obtained Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B) in the year 2014. In KNUST he served on various committees and held various leadership positions. He served on the Organizing Committee of the Law Students Union in 2010- 2013. He was appointed Editor- In- Chief of the Editorial Board of the Law Students Union in 2013/2014. He was also the Judicial Chairperson for the Queen Elizabeth II Junior Common Room 2013/2014.
He was admitted to the Ghana School of law in October 2014 to study the Professional Law Course.
Currently the SRC Organizing Secretary of the Ghana School of Law, he is in charge of organizing and arranging all SRC events and programmes.
He is a jovial person, always excited to try new things and go on new adventures. He believes in the words of Andre Gide “you cannot discover new oceans unless you have the courage to lose sight of the shore”. To this end, he established Seasonal Concepts Gh, an event organizing company back in KNUST. To their credit is the organization of comedy and music show dubbed COMEDY FIESTA, a variety night for College of Arts and Social Sciences week and movie premieres shows among others which was all a success.
Treasurer: Mark Bosea
Mark Bosea is my name. I was born at Samreboi in Western Region of the Republic of Ghana. I had my basic school education Drobo Demonstration Junior High School, and proceeded to Saint James Seminary and Senior High School. I had my tertiary education at KNUST. After my four years study at KNUST, I did my national service at the Law Faculty (KNUST). After my national service I had admission to Ghana School of Law and presently the treasurer of the student representative council (SRC).
The position of the treasurer is one of the executive positions of the SRC. The treasurer is the chief spending officer of the SRC. As the one who keeps the funds of the SRC, I am constitutionally obliged to receive all monies and revenues accruing to the SRC and disburse them with the approval of the General Assembly. The treasurer takes charge of all the financial transactions of the SRC. Finally, since the SRC cannot spend without accretion of funds, there is finance committee of which the treasurer is the secretary to the committee. The work of the treasurer demands a lot of caution and diligence.
Nana Osei Adutwum has worked with Sam Okudzeto& Associates (Accra) and Opoku Agyei &Associates (Kokomlemle)
The philosophy that guides him as an Organizing Secretary is Creativity Teamwork and Hardwork.