Best Law School in Nigeria

The Nigerian Law School Abuja as the Best Law School in Nigeria is among the once set up by the Federal Government of Nigeria in 1962.

The aim of the institution was to provide for the local needs the then foreign trained lawyers and to provide the much needed practical training to those aspiring to become Legal Practitioners in Nigeria .

Anyone who has obtained a University degree in law and wants to practice as lawyers in Nigeria must attend the Nigerian Law School. And i recommend Abuja been Best Law School in Nigeria. 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
Lagos Campus.

list of law schools in Nigeria

* Victoria Island, lagos State
* Agbani, Enugu State.
* Bagauda, Kano State.
* Yenegoa, Bayelsa State.
* Yola, Adamawa State.
* Bwari, Abuja.

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  1. I stand to disagree with you on this article. It offends reasoning to read articles that prides superiority of NLS, Abuja Campus over other campuses.
    I have it on record that NLS, Lagos Campus has been the best in terms of academic performance and not hostel comfortability which is the only advantage that NLS, Abuja Campus prides over other campuses. In the last 9 years of my close observation of the Nigerian Law School’s performances in the bar finals, it was only in 2014 that Abuja Campus produced more First Class graduates from the bar finals than Lagos Campus (Abuja had 2 while Lagos had 1). To further butress my point, the recent 2015 bar final result also confirms this notorious fact as 4 First Class graduates emerged from the exam with Lagos Campus producing 2 First Class graduates.
    If your article had been premised on hostel facility, comfortability & student freedom, I could have agreed, but Nigerian Law School is an academic haven where legal luminaries of internal repute are trained and refined for the legal profession, hence nothing should take the rightful place of academic performance over trivial affairs.