Nigerian Law School Bar Final Exam Result Statistics For 2015

Nigerian Law School Bar Final Examination result statistics, September 2015. Any candidate may apply for a review in accordance with extant rules of the Council of Legal Education.
The Council of Legal Education, the authority that runs the  Nigerian Law School, has released the result statistics of  the Bar Final examinations for regular students conducted in September 2015.

Nigerian Law School Bar Part II September 2015 Exam Results Statistics.

The result of the September 2015 Bar Final Examinations for regular students, as approved by the Board of Studies of the Council of Legal Education was released on the School Website: Nigerian Law School Bar Part II Result Is Out (Final) – 2015 . The breakdown of the result is as follows:
A statement signed by Dr. Olanrewaju Onadeko, the school’s Director-General, declared that 3,273 out of the 4,610 students passed the examination.
Dr. Onadeko said 170 (3.7 percent) had conditional pass, while 1,167 (25.3 percent) failed.
He added that eight students had First Class.
The First Class candidates are – Okwor Kenneth Dominic, Uche Eresi Tracy and Okezie Justice Ndubuisi all from the Lagos campus of the school.
Abuja campus produced two namely – Bukoye Temitope Olayemi and Bandawa Ntayi Anfani.
Two candidates – Edun Halimat Temitope and Aare Adejoke Kafayat were from the Enugu campus.
Amoo Oluwatobi Ayobode was the only First Class student from the Kano Campus.
The Call to Bar ceremony has been fixed for December 15 and 16 in Abuja.
REVIEW PROCEDURE:
Any candidate may apply for a review in accordance with extant rules of the Council of Legal Education.
Details of the Call to the Bar ceremonies for the successful candidates are as announced on the Website and Portal of the Nigerian Law School.

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