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Nigerian Law School Admission List 2019 | Check NLS Bar II Admission List

Filed in School News by on January 23, 2020

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Nigerian Law School Admission List 2019 | Check NLS Bar II Admission List.
Nigerian Law School Admission List 2019: Nigerian Law School (NLS) has announced 2019 Bar I admission lists and resumption date. Check Nigerian Law School Bar I  admission list below.

Nigerian Law School Admission List

The management of the Nigerian Law School (NLS) has released the Bar Part II 2019 admission lists.

The Nigerian Law School 2019 Bar II admission lists has been successfully uploaded online.

Nigerian Law School (NLS) Bar Part II Admission List.

  • CHECK YOUR STATUS THROUGH THE TAB ‘CHECK BAR II STATUS’.
  • CONFIRM THAT YOU ARE EITHER ON FULL ADMISSION OR PROVISIONAL ADMISSION.
  • PAY YOUR SCHOOL FEES THROUGH REMITA TO THE COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION IF YOU ARE A NIGERIAN
  • PAY TO THE BANK SPECIFIED IN ‘HOW TO PAY YOUR SCHOOL FEES’ IF YOU ARE A FOREIGNER
  • ENTER YOUR DETAILS ON THE PORTAL ON ‘BAR I FEES PAYMENT TAB’. ENSURE YOUR SCANNED RECEIPT OR TELLER IS NOT MORE THAN 16KB.  CAREFULLY NOTE AND PUT DOWN YOUR REFERENCE NUMBER AFTER SUBMISSION
  • ENTER YOUR APPLICATION NUMBER AND REFERENCE NUMBER ON THE ‘BAR II ADMISSION LETTER’ TAB TO PRINT YOUR ADMISSION LETTER

For Inquiries Contact:
1. Head Library: 092921612
2. Head Accounts and Finance: 09068075243
3. Head Admissions: 092921616
4. Head, Exams and Records: 092921617
5. Head,(Information and Protocol): 092921620
6. Head, Clinic: 092921621
Admissions: [email protected], [email protected]

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.[1] Until the school was established, legal practitioners in Nigeria had received the requisite training in England and had been called to the English Bar. Read More 

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