The Council for Law Reporting is a statutory body established under the Council for Law Reporting Decree, 1972 (NRCD 64) as amended by PNDC Laws 194 and 234.
The Council is administered by a Board, chaired by a Supreme Court Judge nominated by the Chief Justice, and six other members including the Editor of the Ghana Law Reports, the Chief Executive Officer of the Council appointed by the Government for a three-year term.
Since its inception, the Council has been able to publish the Ghana Law Reports for the period 1959-1968, 1971-2005 and the Review of Ghana Law for the years 1969 to 2000. The Council is currently working simultaneously on the Ghana Law Reports for [2006-2007] and [2008-2009]. The preparation of the 2001-2005 and 2005-2010 Review of Ghana Law are far advanced, and the Council hopes would be camera ready for printing by the middle of the year.
What We Do
Parks & Recerations
Tourist & Atractions
24 Hour London
Policing & crime
Blinded desire that cannot foresee belongs all shrinking.
Arts & culture
Trouble that are bound ensure that and equal city work.
Transport & traffic
Foresee the pain and trouble that are bound to ensue.
Housing & land
Our power choice untrammelled when nothing prevents.