After the inquiry, we collected the current accreditation status and approved quote of recognized faculties of Law of Nigerian Universities from the Council of Legal Education in Nigeria.

We are sharing this for the sake of the public, parents and students.

FEDERAL UNIVERSITIES

SINO INSTITUTION APPROVED STATUS
QUOTA
1 University of Lagos 270 Full Accreditation
2 University of Ibadan 150 Provisional Accreditation
3 University of Nigeria, Nsukka 220 Provisional Accreditation
4 Ahmadu Bello University 280 Provisional Accreditation
5 Obafemi Awolowo University 250 Provisional Accreditation
6 University of Benin 180 Provisional Accreditation
7 University of Jos 170 Provisional Accreditation
8 University of Calabar 170 Provisional Accreditation
9 Bayero University, Kano 220 Provisional Accreditation
10 University of Maiduguri 200 Provisional Accreditation
11 Usman Dan Fodiyo University 80 Provisional Accreditation
12 University of Ilorin 150 Provisional Accreditation
13 University of Uyo 150 Provisional Accreditation
14 Nnamdi Azikiwe University 180 Provisional Accreditation
15 University of Ado-Ekiti 80 Provisional Accreditation
16 University of Portharcourt Undergoing Accreditation
17 University of Abuja 100 Accreditation Suspended

STATE UNIVERSITIES

SINO INSTITUTION APPROVED STATUS
QUOTA
1 Adekunle Ajasin University 70 Provisional Accreditation
2 Ebonyi State University 150 Provisional Accreditation
3 Kogi State University 60 Provisional Accreditation
4 Ekiti State University 60 Provisional Accreditation
5 Ahia State University 130 Provisional Accreditation
6 Delta State University 120 Provisional Accreditation
7 Rivers State University of Science & Technology 250 Provisional Accreditation
7 Ambrose Alli University 120 Provisional Accreditation
8 Olabisi Onabanjo University 170 Provisional Accreditation
9 Lagos State University 180 Provisional Accreditation
10 Anambra State University of 100 Provisional Accreditation
Science & Technology
11 Ogun State University 150 Provisional Accreditation
12 Bauchi State University 50 Interim Accreditation
13 Osun State University 50 Interim Accreditation
14 Y obe State University 50 Interim Accreditation
15 Umaru Musa Y ar~fil\dua 50 Interim Accreditation
University
16 Niger Delta University 40 Interim Accreditation
17 Nasarawa State University 40 Interim Accreditation
18 Enugu State University of 100 Accreditation under
Science & Technology Review
19 Benue State University NIL Accreditation Suspended
20 Imo State University NIL Accreditation suspended

PRIVATE UNIVERSITIES

SINO INSTITUTION APPROVED STATUS
QUOTA
1 Babcock University 100 Provisional Accreditation
2 Benson Idahosa University 40 Provisional Accreditation
3 Igbinedion University 60 Provisional Accreditation
4 Afe Babalola University 180 Provisional Accreditation
5 Crescent University 50 Interim Accreditation
6 Bowen University 50 Interim Accreditation
7 Baze University 50 Interim Accreditation
8 Renaissance University Under going Accreditation
9 Ajayi Crowther University Under going Accreditation
10 Madonna University NIL Accreditation suspended
Interpretation of terms:-

Full Accreditation: means the faculty has complied with all Council requirements.
Provisional Accreditation: means the faculty has substantially complied with Council requirements.
Accreditation suspended : means the faculty of Law has its accreditation suspended by the Council of Legal Education.
Undergoing Accreditation: means the Universityjjlapplication to commence Law is being considered, but not yet approved for admission of students to the Law Faculty.
Interim Accreditation: means Council of Legal Education has given approval for the commencement of the Law Faculty, subject to further accreditation.

IMPORTANT NOTICE ON ADMISSION TO THE NIGERIAN LAW SCHOOL.

For avoidance of doubt, any study of law via correspondence, part-time or in a setting other than a conventional full time study in a University is not recognised by the Council of Legal Education and the Board of Study for admission of students to the Nigerian Law School and entrance into the Legal profession.

The study of law at the Open University is not recognised.

The public, parents and students are accordingly advised to note please.

Secretary to Council/Director of Administration

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