|The Sierra Leone Anti-Corruption Commission Law Reports/ACC Case Law Report (Published August 2015)||Selected ACC Judgements: Synopses and Governance-Based Perspectives/Access Report (Produced July 2016)|
|Access Reports: Separate Drafts|
|Findings and Recommendations||SNAPSHOTS||CASE REPORTS||ACTUAL JUDGEMENTS|
|Snapshot 1||1. The ABC Case||1. The State v. Philip Conteh et Al. (19 May 2011)|
|2. The NRA Case #1 (Sesay)||2.1 The State v. Allieu Sesay et Al. (28 June 2011)|
|2.2 The State v. Allieu Sesay et Al. (28 June 2011)|
|Snapshot 2||3. The SLMA Case (Lukuley)||3. The State v. Philip Lukuley (11 July 2011)|
|4. The FCC Case (Mayor)||4. The State v. Herbert George Williams et Al. (10 August 2012)|
|Snapshot 3||5. The Al-Jazeera Case||5. The State v. Momoh Konteh (24 May 2013)|
|6. The Gavi Funds Case #1 (Daoh)||6. The State v. Kizito Daoh et Al (24 October 2013)|
|Snapshot 4||7. The NRA Case #2 (Katta)||7. The State v. Solomon Katta et Al. (3 April 2014)|
|8. The Gavi Funds Case #2 (Ken Gborie)||8. The State v. Dr. Magnus Ken Gborie et Al. (24 May 2015)|
In a recent conference in London, Chernor M. B Jalloh, LLM, Barrister and Solicitor, the Head of UNIMAK‘s Law Department, presented a paper outlining the background to the establishment of his department, current successful developments and the challenges it now faces.
He clearly described how Sierra Leone needs more Lawyers, particularly Lawyers with an understanding and appreciation of the socio cultural context of Sierra Leone within which to support the rule of law and democracy. UNIMAK will play a crucial rule to achieve by offering sustainable and accessible legal education.