Nigerian Law School (NLS) Bar Result (Final Examination Results 2021/2022)
NLS Bar Final Examination Results: This is to inform the public that Nigerian Law School (NLS) Bar Final examinations results will be released on 3rd July 2021. However, those concerned should check the results below.
The Council of Legal Education, CLE, has said that the 2020 Bar Final Results will be released on July 3, 2021.
The Council made this known in a Bar Part II 2020 (Regular) Modified Calendar signed by the Director-General of the Nigerian Law School, Prof. Isa Chiroma, SAN.
CLE meeting is slated for Monday 28th June to Tuesday 29th June 2021. Bar Finals Results will then be published on Saturday 3rd July 2021.
According to the new Calendar also, the Call to Bar shall hold from Tuesday 27th to Thursday 29th July 2021.
Nigerian Law School Bar final results checker 2021/2022.
This is the result of the Nigeria Law School bar 1 & 2 final exams conducted.
The Nigerian Law School has also released the statistics of the results of students who participated in the Bar final examination.
However, the Council of Legal Education has released the results and statistics of the 2021 Bar Final Examination conducted in August 2021 as follows:
Total number of students who participated in the examinations: 5,846
Total number of successful candidates: 4,633 (79.25%)
Total number of candidates with conditional pass: 218 (3.73%)
Total number of candidates who failed: 965 (16.51%)
Total number of candidates absent: 30 (0.51%)
161 (2.75%) Candidates were graded in First Class.
Candidates graded in Second Class Upper. 695 (11.89%)
Candidates graded in Second Class Lower 1,276 (21.83%)
Candidates in Pass: 2,501 (42.78%)
The above translates in percentage as follows
Pass – 79.25%
Conditional Pass – 3.73%
Fail – 16.51%
How to Check Nigerian Law School (NLS) Bar Final Result 2021/2022 Online
Go to NLS result checking portal by clicking here
Enter your Examination Number and Surname in the required columns.
Finally, click on the Submit button to access your result.
CALL TO BAR CEREMONIES:
The Call to Bar Ceremonies for the successful candidates will hold on a date to be later announced in Abuja.
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. Until the school was established, legal practitioners in Nigeria had received the requisite training in England and had been called to the English Bar.
The Law School offers course in criminal and civil litigation, property and corporate law, as well as a course in ethics. Over 70,000 students have graduated from the Nigerian Law School.
Anyone who has obtained a University degree in law and wants to practice as lawyers in Nigeria must attend the Nigerian Law School. The Council of Legal Education gives certificates to students who pass the Bar Part II examinations, and these students are then called to the Bar.
Its campus in Lagos was set up in 1962, moving to its current location in 1969. The law school headquarters was relocated to the town of Bwari near Abuja in 1997.
At the time of the move, hostels and the main auditorium were still under construction. The town had no hospital, no telephone and banking services, and the school was constructing its own borehole to provide potable water.
The Augustine Nnamani Campus is located in Agbani, Enugu State. A fourth campus is located in Bagauda, Kano State.
There are two additional campuses now which brings it to a total of 6 campuses. One in Yenegoa, Bayelsa State and the sixth in Yola, Adamawa State.