Only University of Lagos (UNILAG) has full accreditation to offer Law among public and private universities in the country.
The Council of Legal Education disclosed this in a list of accredited and approved faculties of Law in Nigeria published on Wednesday and signed its Secretary and Director of Administration of the Council.
The accreditation of three universities; Lagos State University, University of Abuja and Benue State University have been suspended.
Twenty seven others have Provisional Accreditation; five have Interim accreditation while 19 others have approval to commence.
According to the Council, Suspended Accreditation means the faculty of Law has its accreditation suspended while those with Interim accreditation are still subject to further accreditation.
The facilities of those given approval to commence still have to be subjected to further verification for Interim Accreditation status.
The Council explained that the accreditation status and approved quotas of recognized faculties was published for the benefit and guidance of the public, parents and students.