The Lancaster University Ghana (LUG) Law Colloquium is an initiative by the University to stimulate and sustain discourse within the legal academic community about pressing matters in Ghana particularly and Africa in general.
- Seven phases in the evolution of customary law in Africa: signposts from Ghana – Raymond Atuguba, University Of Ghana
- Informed consent in medical treatment and the challenge of traditional Ghanaian culture – Ernest Owusu-Dapaa, Lancaster University Ghana
- Who owns the sperm under Ghanaian Law Prof Kwaw, Kings University College
- Law and development: lessons from new organized religion in Ghana – Prof Kofi Kufuor, University Of East London
- “Woyome” and the Ghana legal system: rethinking the adversarial nature of the Ghana legal system for an improved fight against corruption in Ghana – Tuinese Edward Amuzu, Lancaster University Ghana
- The right to security: challenges and prospects for human rights in Ghana – Maame Yaa Barnes, Lancaster University Ghana
- A constitutional moment lost: a dirge to the constitution review process in Ghana – Nana Tawiah Okyir, GIMPA
- A constitutional convention nearly formed, slips through our fingers: why Doe Adzaho’s tenure as Speaker of parliament is constitutionally unfortunate – Maame AS Mensa-Bonsu, Lancaster University Ghana
- Protection of the rights of refugees: the paradox of implementation in Ghana – Ruth Abiola Adimula, University of Illorin
- The right to development: a horse without a rider? – Nnenna Ifeanyi-Ajufo, Lancaster University Ghana
- The Proposed Affirmative Action Legislation: Do the provisions achieve the objective of promoting gender equality in Ghana? Gloria Ofori-Boadu, GIMPA
- Legal implication of Section 13 of the Sales of Goods Act of Ghana 1962 in a sale transaction: caveat emptor or caveat venditor – Edmund Nelson Amasah, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology
Dr. Cynthia Forson in her closing remarks expressed the hope that the success of the event would lead the way in creating an atmosphere that fosters research, development and sharing of useful knowledge.