3,600 Law School Graduates Called To Bar

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The Nigerian Law School recently graduated 3,600

students. The students who have been officially

called to bar have successfully completed this

year’s final bar examinations.

The Director-General of the Nigerian Law School,

Mr. Olanrewaju Onadeko, while speaking at the

Call-to-Bar ceremony said that four candidates out

of the total number 3,600 that were called to Bar,

came out with first class, 109 obtained the second

class upper grade, 418 were classified in the

second lower division and 1, 422 attained the pass


He further stated that a total number of passes at

the examinations was 1,953, while 815 students

failed the examinations out rightly.

“I have no doubt that the candidates here present

have availed themselves of skills, knowledge,

values and attributes to build upon for successful

careers at the bar.” He stressed.

The Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmud

Mohammed while speaking congratulated and

charged them to exhibit the highest level of

professional ethics and decorum as the legal

profession is known for its sanctity, integrity,

honesty, objectivity and respect for the rule of law.



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