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Nigerian Law School

10 Jul 2018
The embattled law graduate Firdaus Amasa has been finally called to bar in her hijab, seven months after she was first denied. Amasa was denied entrance to the International Conference Centre, Abuja on December 12, 2017, where the call to bar programme was to take place for refusing to remove her hijab. The Body of…
8 Feb 2018
The first feeling is one of happiness, satisfaction and gratefulness to God for keeping me in the same position for so long. I had my ups and downs, but by 90 per cent, I have enjoyed what I’m doing.
6 Feb 2018
Life Bencher, Mrs Hairat Aderinsola Balogun (nee Alatishe), is an Officer of the Order of the Niger (OON), Barrister-at-Law of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn and Member of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
7 Jan 2018
The Nigerian Law School graduate denied access to the call to bar ceremony, Miss Firdaus Amasa, has said she would await the resolution of the Federal House of Representatives before taking any legal action.
20 Dec 2017
The House of Representatives is probing into the decision by the Nigerian Law School denying Amasa Firdaus who insisted on adorning the hijab, alongside the wig and gown, a call to the Bar.
22 Oct 2017
According to Ukekwe, 29 students were graded First Class, 211 settled for Second Class (Upper Division); 1, 046 made Second Class (Lower Division), 2, 999 accounted for pass, while 334 came out with conditional Pass.  
21 Oct 2017
The Nigerian Law School on Saturday released summary of the final examination results conducted in August.
14 Jul 2017
The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Walter Onnoghen, has charged 1,468 lawyers, who were called to Bar yesterday, to be fearless, forthright, but respectful in the course of discharging their duties.
3 Jul 2017
The Director General of the Nigerian Law School, Lanre Onadeko (SAN) has called for the review of the justice system.
10 Jun 2017
The Nigerian Law School has released summary of the final examination results conducted from April 22 to 28.
3 Mar 2017
He added that the prevailing economic circumstances in the country and the insistence by some legal luminaries that the profession is elitist, has further worsened the situation.
20 Dec 2016
As part of its corporate social responsibility, the Nigerian Law School class of 1991 has set out to restructure the Nigerian Law School.


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