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Nigerian Law School Admission 2021

Nigerian Law School (NLS) Bar Part I Course Admission Application Form for 2021 Session.

This is to inform all the prospective applicants for admission into the Nigerian Law School 2021Bar Part 1 Course that the application form is out.

The application process will open on September 23, 2021, and end on October 13 2021. The programme will commence on Monday, November  15, 2021, at the Headquarters in Bwari, Abuja. 

Nigerian Law School Bar Part I Course Admission Requirements

The programme is open to graduates of Law from Common Law Countries whose Law courses have been approved by the Council of Legal Education.  Degrees obtained through part time, Open university/distance learning or study as an external student are not recognized for admission to this programme.  

How to Apply for Nigerian Law School Bar Part I Course Admission Form

Prospective applicants are to visit the Nigerian Law School website: www.nigerianlawschool.edu.ng. follow the instructions, complete the forms and submit same on-line. Thereafter, a copy of each of the completed forms A2, B, B1 and B2 should be downloaded and forwarded to the Nigerian Law School. No payment for application is required.

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Application Deadline:

Downloaded Application documents are to be returned to the Nigerian Law School on or before Friday October 13, 2021. Applicants should ensure that  original Academic transcripts and References are received directly from their  Universities and Employers on or before Friday October 25, 2021. Please  note that late submission of application documents will not be entertained.  

Applicants are to note their Application Numbers, for access to their admission status subsequently, please.

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