The World Lebanese Cultural Union of Liberia (WLCU), yesterday, July 2, initiated a process of dialogue with faculties and students at the Louis Arthur Grimes School Law at the University of Liberia.
The Lebanese Community represented by the WLCU, also increased from 12 to 18 student of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, who have been selected to benefit from its scholarship program.
WLCU President Ahmed Wazni said the only condition attached is to maintain a passing grade and give back to society or help others in need, upon their graduation form the Law School.
THE WLCU President said the Lebanese Community stands ready to assist the students in achieving their educational goal and upon their interim and graduation, they should be able to contribute meaningfully to the social economic development of Liberia.
In addition to the scholarship, the WLCU promised to design 250 chairs as contribution to the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law.
In brief remarks the beneficiaries of the scholarship program, expressed gratitude for the kind gesture by the Lebanese Community for assisting them in their academic sojourns.
The Dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law, Professor Negbalee Warner extended thanks and appreciation to the Lebanese Community for assisting the deserving students and coming to the aid of the Law School.