The Nigerian Law School was set up by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1962 and the aim is to provide the much needed practical training to those aspiring to become outstanding Legal Practitioners in Nigeria.
The educational programs of Nigerian Law School give necessary skills, training, and knowledge to make you a successful Lawyer.
Law school only admit students who have earned LLB in any of the accredited university offering Law in Nigeria.
The duration of the training at the school is one year.
Nigerian Law School Campuses
There are six campuses in Nigeria and they include:
- Abuja Headquarters – located in Bwari
- Lagos Campus
- Enugu Campus
- Bayelsa Campus
- Yola Campus
The law school headquarters is in Abuja in Bwari. It was relocated to the town of Bwari 1997 from Lagos.
Abuja Law School Campus: Nigerian Law School, Bwari, P.M.B 170, Garki, Abuja. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Lagos Law School Campus: Ozumba Mbadiwe Street, Victoria Island, P.M.B. 12610, Lagos, Nigeria. Email: email@example.com
The Nigerian Law school portal is https://www.nigerianlawschool.edu.ng/
Some of the things you can do on the portal include
- Print Admission Letter
- Posting Status
- Admission Status
- Step By Step On How To Apply
- Apply For Bar Part II
- Print Completed Form A1 For Bar II
- Download Bar II Other Forms
Information for Foreign students
To be admitted into the school, you must have a Degree in Law or a Mixed Degree in Law of a University in a Common-Law Country whose course of study is approved by the Council of Legal Education.