13 September 2006

Liberia: U.S. Based Liberians Donate Books to Law School

A group of Liberians based in the United States of America under the name Waterside Collaborative, has presented a consignment of law books to the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law at the University of Liberia.

Mrs. Wiatta Mansa, who is a founding member of the organization, made the presentation recently in Monrovia.

She said the donation came from Liberian students studying law in Washington D.C. and hoped the books would be used for the intended purpose.

Meanwhile, the Dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes Law School, Cllr. David A.B. Jallah, said it was very encouraging to note that Liberian students based in America have contributed books to the law school.

Cllr. Jallah said the law school was in need of books and was delighted that the Waterside Collaborative group was able to launch the program to collect the books for the institution saying, the consignment was brought to Liberia with no cost to the University of Liberia.

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