2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form | Guide & Requirements

2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form: This is to inform all anticipating applicant of Nigerian Law School that the 2017 Bar II Application form is yet to be out online. Here on this post are some important updates, requirement, and guides on how to apply for the upcoming Nigerian Law School Bar II.

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.Nigerian Law School Bar II.

2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form

 

Nigerian Law School Bar II has been anticipating in the country till date, many questions have been asked about the 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form. Most of the popular questions people usually ask us are:

  • Where can I obtain the 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form?
  • How can I apply for 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form?
  • Is the 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form out?
  • When will 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II?
  • I need 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II updates?

Note that the 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form is not yet online, disregard any form of adverts you come across.

List Of Nigerian Law School Approved Campuses In Nigeria

Here is a complete list of Nigerian Law School Approved Campuses In Nigeria

1. Lagos

2. Kano

3. Enugu

4. Adamawa

5. Yenegoa

6. Bayelsa.

Requirements For 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II

To be admitted into the one-year compulsory law school training, you must have successfully completed a law undergraduate degree (in this case an LLB.). The courses offered at the Nigerian Law School, include Criminal Litigation, Civil Litigation, Property Law Practice, Corporate Law Practice and Law in Practice (ethics and skills).

Total Cost Of Attending The 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II

The cost of attending the Nigerian Law School has been fairly stable over the years and the figures relied on here are based on the fees charged for the present 2016/2017 session.

For Nigerian Citizens, we have the following –  

Tuition-  N10,000

Hostel Accommodation – N30,000

Hostel Caution Deposit – N10,000

Term Dinners – N12,000

Cocktails – N8,000

Library Development – N30,000

Sports & Recreational Facilities – N5,000

The Nigerian Law & Practice Journal – N7,000

Examination Bar Part II – N25,000

Course Materials – N20,000

Development Levy  – N20,000

Student Year Book – N4,000

Identity Card – N1,000

Postages by Courier – N2,000

Medical Registration  – N10,000

V-Sat and Info Tech – N30,000

Insurance  – N5,000

E-Handbook (CD-ROM)  – N3,000

Facilities Maintenance  -N33,000

Quality Assurance – N15,000

Security Services  – N15,000

For Foreigners

In the case of foreigners seeking admission at the Nigerian Law School, they are equally mandated to pay the same amount,  with the exception of tuition for the Bar II and the fees for the Bar II exam. For the Bar II tuition, foreigners are required to pay $2, 500 dollars as against the N10, 000 naira levied on Nigerians.

As for the Bar Part II exam fees, foreigners are to pay the total sum of $500.00 dollars. In total, foreigners are to pay $3,000 dollars plus an additional 260, 000 naira as against the N295, 000 Nigerians are to pay in total.

Nigerian Law School is open to all male & female graduates of the Nigerian Universities who have graduated with a very good result.

How To Apply For 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II

To Apply for the 2017 Nigerian Law School Bar II Application Form, Applicants are to visit the Nigerian law school official website via www.nigerianlawschool.edu.ng.

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