The Nigerian Law SchoolAbout The Nigerian Law School
The Nigerian Law School was established in Lagos under the Legal Education Act 1962 now Legal Education (Consolidation Etc) Act Cap. L10, Laws of the Federation, 2004.The Lagos Campus was set up and was later to moved to its current location in 1969. From 1962 up till December 1997 the Law School remained in Lagos. Following the Federal Government directive, the School was relocated to Bwari in Abuja in December 1997. The Law School developed a Multi Campus structure in 1999 and the original premises in Lagos became the LAGOS CAMPUS OF THE NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL. It is headed by the Deputy Director-General, Mrs. Adetoun Adebiyi. The aim of the institution was to provide for the local needs the then foreign trained lawyers and to provide the much needed practical training to those aspiring to become Legal Practitioners in Nigeria. Read more…
The Yenegoa campus of the Nigerian Law School is headed by Prof. Festus Emiri
The Yola campus of the Nigerian Law School is headed by Prof. Isa Chiroma.
The Kano campus of the Nigerian Law School is headed by Dr. Yusuf Dadem.
The Enugu campus of the Nigerian Law School is headed by Bob Osamor.
The Institution has graduated over 70,000 students, a lot of whom are now successful Lawyers, Judges and Citizens.