Law School Graduates 3,600 Lawyers, 4 Emerged First Class

The Nigerian Law School has graduated 3,600 students, who were called to the Nigerian Bar after successful completion of this year’s final bar examinations.

The Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Mr. Olanrewaju Onadeko, while speaking on Tuesday at the Call-to-Bar ceremony at the International Conference Centre (ICC) in Abuja, disclosed that the number included 14 candidates from the previous Bar final examinations.

According to him, “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 grade.”

The law school boss further stated that a total number of passes at the examinations was 1,953, while 815 students failed the examinations outrightly.

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