A retired Supreme Court Judge, Justice Vincent Cyril Richard Arthur Charles (VCRAC) Crabbe has charged law students in the country to inculcate fundamental legal principles in the pursuit of their legal profession.
Such principles, he explained will make such students worthy lawyers at the end of their training and even in the discharge of their official duties as lawyers.
The principles, he stated when imbibed by the law students in the legal field could also earn them commanding positions within the law and also bring radiant beauty and prestige to the profession.
Speaking at the Third Annual Legal Luminaries Platform of the Law Faculty of the University of Cape Coast, Justice VCRAC Crabbe cited some worthy roles played by some great lawyers in the country and urged students of the law to emulate such good principles exhibited by the noble lawyers who have expanded the frontiers of the legal profession in the country.
Justice VCRAC Crabbe also admonished students against the over reliance on the use of technology in the discharge of their duties as technology has limitations.
By: Ghana/Ultimatefmonline.com/106.9FM/Wilberforce Asare