Naziha Amin Gombilla From Tamale Graduates With First Class In Law From UPSA

Naziha Amin Gombilla hails from Tamale in the Northern Region of Ghana has graduated from the University of Professional Studies, Accra (UPSA).

The analytical, goal-oriented, proactive Naziha who aspires to be an International Energy Law Expert, Lecturer and a guru in the Fashion World has obtained a first class in law with a recorded CGPA of 3.72 from the prestigious University.

According to the school, Miss Naziha’s academic achievement makes her the first Valedictorian and the first student to obtain First Class Honours from the UPSA Law School graduating with the outstanding CGPA of 3.72.

Naziha Amin Gombilla had her Secondary education at Accra Girls Senior High School. She enrolled in 2018 to study Bachelor of Laws ot the University of Professional Studies, Accra and has graduated with First Class Honours having earned a Final Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.72.

Naziha is a student mentor and a leader who delights in helping students better appreciate the law. She has mentored and tutored many students at the UPSA Law School and her name has now become a household name within the faculty.

Naziha is very analytical, goal-oriented, and proactive. She aspires to be an international Energy law expert, a Lecturer, and a guru in the fashion industry in a few years to come.

While a student at UPSA, Naziha’s engagements transcended the academic plane to include mentorship, internship, leadership, activism and advocacy. Her participation in moot court competitions made her a strong advocate. In 2021, she represented the UPSA Law School at the Law Challenge Competition where she put up a spectacular performance.

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Naziha is a transformational leader who is always in search of innovative ways to develop and utilise her skills and potentials to their fullest extent and deliver positive impact in the lives of those she serves.

She is the immediate Vice-President of the UPSA Law Students Union (LSU). She also served as a Justice of the LSU Judicial Board, Senate Representative for her class for two terms, the Assistant Organiser of the mooting society of UPSA LSU. At the Student Representative Council level, she served as a legal advisor to the SRC. In 2021, she was awarded the Federation of Africa Law Students (FALAS) leadership icon award in recognition of her outstanding leadership role and contribution to the growth and development of law students in Africa.Naziha Amin Gombilla

Miss. Naziha in an interview with recount her journey in UPSA as a period for gaining maturity; “It was a period for gaining maturity. Life in UPSA, with its ups and downs, exposed me to certain realities which have helped me understand what maturity involves. I would say I am a better person now than I used to be four years ago.”

However, She attributed her success in law to God and colleagues when asked what she did right to obtain first class honour.

The immediate V.P of UPSA LSU channeled words of advice to level 100s by urging them to master the art of briefing cases, building networks with students within and outside UPSA, attending law conferences and seminars, participating in mooting activities, and taking up leadership roles.

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