By Alston C. Armah
The Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law will shortly launch an honor code for its students currently enrolled and those to be enrolled. Making the disclosure at a one-day forum, Atty. Kpadeson Sumo, assistant professor of law, said the honor code will be used to govern the conduct of students while they are enrolled and even after they have graduated and gone to serve the larger society.
The honor code is still in a draft stage and has been circulated to the students for review and inputs. In a meeting with the student body, the Dean of Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, Negbalee Warner, urged students in attendance to read and disseminate the draft honor code to their colleagues. He especially encouraged the leadership of the Law School Students Association to ensure that every student currently enrolled gets an electronic copy of the code. Dean Warner admonished the students to take the honor code seriously and make suggestions for improvements, where necessary. He closed by saying that, when finalized and adopted, the honor code will be launched and all students will have to sign the code to ensure that they remain in sync with the requirements of being students at the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law.