• Law School Graduates Admitted Into Nigerian Bar

    About 3,600 Nigerian Law School graduates, who were successful in this year’s Bar final examinations, were called to the Nigerian Bar at the International Conference Center in Abuja on Tuesday, 20th October, 2015.

    In his address, the Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Olanrewaju Onadeko, said that four candidates came out with First Class while 109 obtained the Second Class Upper grade. 418 were classified in the Second Class Lower division and 1, 422 attained the pass grade.

    He charged the new wigs to adhere to the norms and ethics of the legal profession, adding also that the legal profession in Nigeria, had always been known to produce eminent international jurists, scholars and legal experts all over the world in strategic positions.

    Onadeko said the school has never had its programmes (academic or others) interrupted in its 52 years of existence, adding that it is the disruptions in the academic programmes of universities that are posing a challenge to the school, a situation, he noted, resulted in the “backlog class” the school had this year.

    They new lawyers are those who passed the April 2015 bar final examinations of the Nigerian Law School.

    Congratulations to the new lawyers…
    CampusPortalNG Team

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