We have decided to compile a list of the Top 10 best Universities in Nigeria to study law so as to help you and other aspiring law students to be able to make the best choice in your school of study. We hope that this list of the best law schools in Nigeria will help you to narrow your search and help make your decision on the choice of institution easier.
Why this list is different from all others?
In your search for the best universities in Nigeria to study law, you may have invariably come across many other lists. But have you asked yourself “on what criteria are those lists based? What are the necessary conditions a university must meet before been regarded as the best university to study law in Nigeria? Most lists do not have any bases, they are just a list of the popular schools in Nigeria and so cannot be trusted.
This list is different. How? This list is based on the list of the best universities in Nigeria to study law released by the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS).
The NIALS took a lot of effort of to compile a list of the best law schools in Nigeria. They used a number of criteria such as The number of applications per session, The number of admissions, Staff strength, Staff-student ratio, Library quality, The quality of its postgraduate studies, Capacity building – external and internal, Publications, International accomplishment and so on. So you can totally rely on this list to make your choice without any fear of being wrong.
Top 10 Best Universities In Nigeria To Study Law
University of Lagos (UNILAG)
UNILAG has the best law faculty in the country, and this is partly because it is situated in Lagos, the commercial center of Nigeria. The faculty of the University Of Lagos was established in 1962 as one of the foundation teaching units of the university. It offers a rich background in law practice to its students and many of them go on to become experts in their areas. The students are also known to outperform their mates at the law school.
Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU)
Obafemi Awolowo University is another notable university in Nigeria. Popularly known as known as OAU, a very competitive university in the country.
University of Jos (UNIJOS)
The University of Jos started out as a campus of the University of Ibadan in 1974. It was a satellite campus before it evolved into the University of Jos. The university admitted its first set of students in 1992. The University of Jos came third on the list of the best universities in Nigeria to study law released by NIALS.
The University of Benin (UNIBEN)
The prestigious University of Benin came fourth on the NAIL’s list.
The faculty of law at the University was established in 1981. It began with few lecturers but at the moment, it has a staff numbering close to 50 lecturers including doctors, professors, and associate professors.
Lagos State University (LASU)
Lagos State University is different from University of Lagos ( Unilag ). The University is the best state university in Nigeria, located Lagos. It is a hotspot for Law program.
Ahmadu Bello University Zaria (ABU)
Ahmadu Bello University is a very good tertiary institution, and it is known generally for its academic performance. The university is very good when it comes to Law.
University of Nigeria Nsuka (UNN)
The University of Nigeria came into existence when it became mandatory to establish a university in the Eastern Region. The law was passed on 18 May 1955. A very popular university with a special name. Their law faculty is among the best in the country.
Babcock University, Ogun State
Babcock University is a private university located in Ogun State. Although the Babcock University is a private university, it’s students excel in academic performance like no other and their law faculty is quite exceptional.
University of Maiduguri (UNIMAID)
The University of Maiduguri is one of the best universities in the north. Renowned for it law program.
This is another university that’s not very popular but powerful. Working silently in the background Igbinedion University is a strong pillar in the country’s law schools.
So there you have it: the best universities in Nigeria to study law. We hope this list has been of help to you. Let us hear your thoughts and questions via the comment section.
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