There is only one (1) Law school in Nigeria with 6 campuses across the Nation. Though Law School Lagos Campus is one of the prestigious Law Schools in Nigeria today, the curriculum and the examinations taken are the same with a single academic calendar running throughout all six campuses. Upon graduation, a ceremony is conducted by the Body of Benchers called the Call to Bar.

Anyone who has obtained a University degree in law and wants to practice as lawyers in Nigeria must attend the Nigerian Law School. The Council of Legal Education gives certificates to students who pass the Bar Part II examinations, and these students are then called to the Bar

These are the list of Law school campuses in Nigeria:

  • Abuja Headquarters
  • Lagos Campus
  • Yola Campus
  • Enugu Campus
  • Kano Campus
  • Yenegua Campus


These are the known courses offered in Nigerian Law School:

  • Criminal Litigation
  • Civil Litigation
  • Corporate Law Practice
  • Law in Practice
  • Property Law Practice
  • Professional Ethics

Students from these listed institutions can go for Nigerian Law School:

  • Abia State University
  • Adekunle Ajasin University
  • Adeleke University
  • Afe Babalola University
  • Ambrose Alli University
  • Anambra State University
  • Joseph Ayo Babalola University
  • Ajayi Crowther University
  • Babcock University
  • Bauchi State University
  • Bayero University
  • Baze University
  • Benson Idahosa University
  • Bowen University
  • Benue State University
  • Crescent University
  • Delta State University
  • Ebonyi State University
  • Ekiti State University
  • Enugu State University
  • Foreign Students
  • Igbinedion University
  • Imo State University
  • Kogi State University
  • Lagos State University
  • Lead City University
  • Madonna University
  • Nasarawa State University
  • Niger Delta University
  • Nile University
  • Nnamdi Azikwe University
  • Obafemi Awolowo University
  • Olabisi Onabanjo University
  • Osun State University
  • Rivers State University
  • Umaru Musa Yaradua University
  • University of Abuja
  • University of Benin
  • University of Calabar
  • University of Ibadan
  • University of Ilorin
  • University of Jos
  • University of Lagos
  • University of Maiduguri
  • University of Nigeria
  • University of Uyo
  • Usman Dan Fodiyo University
  • Yobe State University

Nigerian Law school Basic Admission Requirements:

  • Law Degree Certificate: A photocopy of Qualifying Degree Certificate and where the Degree is obtained from a University in the United States of America, the Law School must be accredited to the Association of American Law Schools or the American Bar Association.
  • Academic transcript:: The Registrar/ Academic Dean of your University should be asked by you to forward direct to the School, the transcript of your Qualifying Degree showing the subjects taken and the grade obtained in each subject. The transcript should be signed by the Registrar.

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