The Nigerian Law School was established in 1962 by the Government of Nigeria to provide practical training for aspiring legal practitioners in Nigeria and to provide a Nigerian legal education to foreign-trained lawyers. 
Before the establishment of the school, legal practitioners in Nigeria were trained in England and called to the English Bar. Today, there are six law school campuses in Nigeria.
Locations of Nigerian Law School Campuses
- Abuja Law School Headquarters
- Lagos Law School Campus
- Abuja Law School Campus
- Enugu Law School Campus
- Bayelsa Law School Campus
- Kano Law School Campus
- Yola Law School Campus
Lagos Law School
The Lagos Campus was set up in 1969 and later moved to its current location. The institution has graduated over 70,000 students, many of whom are now successful lawyers, judges, and citizens. 
It is one of the most prestigious law schools in Nigeria, with a mission to prepare every student for the various challenges, responsibilities, and rewards of a legal professional. The school’s educational environment promotes individual and collective innovative research in relation to practice.
The Lagos Law School offers courses in Criminal Litigation, Civil Litigation, Corporate Law Practice, Law in Practice, and Property Law Practice. The campus is located at Ozumba Mbadiwe Street, Victoria Island, P.M.B. 12610, Lagos, Nigeria.
Abuja Law School
The Abuja Law School is also one of the most sought-after law schools in Nigeria. It is located at Nigerian Law School, Bwari, P.M.B 170, Garki, Abuja.
Enugu Law School
The Enugu Law School Campus is located in Agbani, Enugu State, Nigeria.
Bayelsa Law School Campus
The Bayelsa Law School Campus is located at Agudama-Epie, in the outskirts of Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.
Kano Law School
The Kano Law School Campus is located at Jos Road, Kano, PMB 3568.
Yola Law School Campus
The Yola Law School Campus is located in Wuro Hausa, Yola, Adamawa State, Nigeria.
Which Nigerian Law School Campus Is the Best?
While Nigerian law students tend to prefer the Lagos and Abuja law schools, this does not mean that other law schools in Nigeria are not equally good. Generally, many students prefer to do their one-year law school in Lagos and Abuja due to their location.
How Long is Law School in Nigeria?
Law school in Nigeria usually takes one year to complete, provided that all other things are equal. All students who pass the NLS examinations will be called to the Bar afterward, and they must partake in the compulsory one-year NYSC program.
How Much Does Law School Cost in Nigeria?
For the 2020/2021 session, the Nigerian Law School Fees Schedule for all courses (fresh students only) was as follows:
- 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
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