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Covid-19: Nigerian Law School Shuts Down


The Nigerian Law School has suspended academic activities for a period of four weeks amidst the increase in number of infected cases in Nigeria. Following the suspension, students have been advised to vacate the school hostel latest Wednesday March 25th.

The circular which was issued by the Secretary to the Council and Director of Admin Mrs. Max-Uba E.O reads:

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the need to make proactive steps, the Nigerian Law School will suspend academic activities with effect from Monday March 23rd, 2020 for period of four (4) weeks.

This affects both the regular students as well as the resit candidates. Regular students are to look out for Externship placement from April 10th, 2020. An amended resit programme will be announced in due course.

Consequently, students are expeted to vacate the hostel latest Wednesday March 25th, 2020, please.

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