LAWSAN Enters into Strategic Partnership with Legal Pages

The Law Students' Association of Nigeria is pleased to announce its strategic partnership with Legal Pages, a professional career resource hub for law students...

LAWSAN President Reaffirms Commitment to Students’ Welfare in New Year Message

The president of the Law Student Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN), Comrade Atiku Muhammad Jafar has reiterated the Association’s commitment to redefining student unionism with...

Bayelsa Govt Sponsors 28 Indigent Bayelsa Law Graduates to Law School

The Bayelsa State Government has said it would continue to support Bayelsans to Achieve greatness educationally. The State Commissioner for education, Hon. Jonathan Obuebite...

ASUU Strike: Law Students’ Association Accuses FG of ‘Criminal Silence’

The Law Students Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN) are miffed by what they call the criminal silence of the Federal Government in the face of...

LAWSAN Law and Policy Review – Call for Articles

The LAWSAN LAW & POLICY REVIEW is a Journal published annually by the Law Students' Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN), geared towards contributing to legal research...

Meet Ndubuisi Chiedozie, UNN 2018 Best Graduating Law Student

Achieving an exceptional grade in school is the desire of most students. However only few students get to attain this feat. These are students...

Law Students National Games Debuts! Find out How to Register

Registration has opened for the first ever Law Student National Tournament scheduled to hold in 2019. In a statement issued by the Law Students' Association...

Meet the Law Graduate who had a 100% Pass Rate and Bagged 13 Awards

Naomi Uwem, is a graduate of Afe Babalola University (Abuad) and finished as the Best Graduating student in the Nigeria Law school 2017/2018. Uwem according...

Law Students Essay Competition: ‘The Law School of my Dreams’

Here is calling on all Nigerian Law School students to submit a well structured essay competition on the topic: 'The Law School of my dreams'. The...

32 Indigent Akwa-Ibom Law Graduates Stranded, May Lose Law School Admission

Thirty-two law graduates from Akwa Ibom North West Senatorial District may miss their 2018 law school admission for financial reasons. It was learnt that the...