Cameroon's prestigious National School of Magistracy ENAM has announced the hiring of professors to teach specialized courses for exclusively anglophone students.
In view of the impending launching of the Common Law division in the country's magistracy, lecturers recruited will be expected to teach Civil Court Practice, Law of Evidence, Probate Proceedings and professional ethics.
Applications must reach ENAM latest November 10 2017.
The Minister of Higher Education points out in a press release that President Biya has also ordered the creation of the dept of juridical and political science in the University of Buea.
According to the cabinet member, the head of head had also instructed him to prepare texts for the creation of departments of English Law in various universities around the country.
The governement communique stresses that the measures taken are in response to demands of anglophone lawyers and a strategy to boost the volume of anglophones in the nation's magistracy
Divine Nchamukong/ Camerooninfo.net