Nigeria Law Schools

Comprehensive Directory of Law Schools in Nigeria in Alphabetical Order

Nigeria Law Schools

  • - Bayero University

    To provide excellent undergraduate, post-graduate and professional educational programmes to produce high quality human resources required for the promotion of the development of the host community, the nation and humanity.

  • Anambra State - University of Nigeria - Faculty of Law

    The University of Nigeria (U of N), is comprised of a main campus and 37 satellite campuses, making us the largest public schooling network in Nigeria. Together, "We provide you with the tools to succeed in the online industrial world". The University of Nigeria provides a unique opportunity for millions of people around the world to learn sound business practices, yielding high monetary returns. Due to the limited class sizes we have available, we encourage all prospective students to enroll as early as possible.

  • Awka - Nnamdi Azikiwe University
    P. M. B. 5052, Awka,

    To use teaching, research and public service to solve societal problems. In the process of learning, students would be oriented to use education in the solution of practical problems confronting them and the Nigerian society.

  • Calabar - University of Calabar - Faculty of Law

    Established to advance knowledge and ideas through teaching and research in order to enrich the nation's human capital for development and provide a basis for decision-making and action in national and world affairs.

  • Ekpoma - Ambrose Alli University - Faculty of Law

    The Faculty of Law, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma metamorphosed from the then College of Legal Studies, one of the foundation colleges in the then Bendel State University, Ekpoma as at 1981. The Faculty is over 25 years old. Since its inception, it has produced a sizeable number of hardworking and successful legal practitioners in private practice, Bench, civil service, academics, politics and industry at both national and international levels.

  • Ile-Ife - Obafemi Awolowo University - Faculty of Law

    Right from its inception in 1962, the Faculty had made her indelible print on the pages of academic history and excellence within and outside Nigeria. The product of the Faculty are scattered all over the world occupying big and challenging positions of authorities in the Judiciary, academics, corporate affairs and politics. The Faculty keeps its excellent pace in term of standard, discipline and development.There are well-developed and adequately taught academic courses at both undergraduate and graduate levels. The Faculty enjoys good support of the University/Alumni authorities and it is also blessed with Crops of brilliant and dedicated Lecturers. Students of the Faculty continue to excel every year in the Nigerian Bar Final Examinations.

  • Lagos - University of Lagos - Faculty of Law

    The Faculty of Law was established in 1962 as one of the foundation teaching units of the University of Lagos. Teaching in the Faculty started in October 1962 with an academic staff of five persons (two Nigerians and three Englishmen); twenty-six pioneer full-time students who started a three-year LL.B. (Bachelor of Laws) Degree Programme. A five-year Part-Time LL.B. Degree (Bachelor of Laws) Programme started in January 1963, with thirty students. The Faculty considers its role to be that of providing a sound University education in law in consonance with the UNESCO Advisory Commissionís Report on the establishment of the University of Lagos.

  • Maiduguri - University of Maiduguri
    P.O.Box 1069, Maiduguri,

  • Zaria - Ahmadu Bello University - Faculty of Law
    P.M.B. 1013, Zaria,

    "To provide regular and liberal courses of instruction in the humanities, the sciences and other spheres of learning of a standard required and expected of a University of the highest standing; to promote research and the advancement of science and learning, and to secure the diffusion of knowledge throughout Nigeria"

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