20 students bagged first class from Nigerian Law school
The Nigerian Law School has announced that 1,325 people failed the final bar examination in 2021, indicating a 22.98 per cent failure from 5,770 people that sat for the examination.
The statistics by the Council of Legal Education confirmed by the Director of Administration of the Nigerian Law School, Elizabeth Max-Uba, showed that Twenty students (0.007%) bagged first class, 432 (7.49%) bagged second class (upper division). 2,172 (37.64%) students bagged second class (lower division) and 1,725 (29.90%) got a pass.
In the breakdown of the result, 35 (0.61%) students had a conditional pass, while 60 (1.04%) students were absent. The result of the examination is a prerequisite for getting called to the Nigerian Bar.
Thus, successful participants will be called to the Nigerian Bar in a call-to-bar ceremony scheduled to hold on July 27 and 28.