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880 candidates out of 1,561 passed Law School final examination, says DG

The Nigerian Law School says out of the 1, 561 candidates who sat for the December examination, 880 passed.

The Director-General of the School, Isa Ciroma, made this known on Tuesday in Abuja, while presenting the new wigs to the Body of Benchers at the 2020 Call to the Bar ceremony.

“Four others were from previous Bar examination,’’ he said, adding that the new wigs had met all the required and set conditions by the Council of Legal Education.

“I am happy to affirm that they all have exhibited good manners and decorum during their training.

The screening committee of our distinguished body carefully perused the records of each of the aspirants and found them worthy to be presented for the Call to the Nigerian Bar.’’

Mr Ciroma said that the school had begun a special remedial course for students from the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN.

“The programme began on June 28, at the Nigerian Law School Headquarters, Bwari, Abuja. We thank all distinguished members of the Body of Benchers, for their support,’’ he said.

Justice Olabode Rhodes-Vivour, the Chairman, Body of Benchers, congratulated the new wigs and charged them to adhere to the provision of rules regarding the profession at all times.

Source :Daily nigGerian

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