About Nigerian Law School
The Nigerian Law School is an educational institution set up by the Government of Nigeria in 1962 to provide a Nigerian legal education to foreign-trained lawyers and to provide practical training for aspiring Legal Practitioners in Nigeria. Until the school was established, legal practitioners in Nigeria had received the requisite training in England and had been called to the English Bar.
The Nigerian Law School has just released the results of its Final Bar Examinations. Three out of the total of five First Class candidates came from the University of Ibadan. We equally recorded outstanding performance generally from the other UI graduates who sat for the Bar Examinations.
The three first-class students from the University of Ibadan are:
- Olalere Yusuf
- Adebayo Deborah
- Madu Kelechie
We wish to congratulate all the UI students for their superlative performance once again. You have proved to be worthy ambassadors of this premier University.
We congratulate Dean Professor Adeniyi Olatunbosun, former Dean Professor Oluyemisi Bamgbose SAN, Prof Simisola Akintola, and through the trio to all members of the Faculty of Law.
You have given us one more reason to celebrate during this lockdown and New Normal.
As we are wont to state, ‘If it is from Ibadan it must be of outstanding quality’. A million thanks for once again vindicating us.
We are always proud of you.
University of Ibadan
We the management of Insideschool Nigeria
would want to use this medium to congratulate University of Ibadan for always coming out outstanding in the Nigeria Law School.