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Final Bar Exam, 2017: Why Mass Failure At Nigerian Law School Persists

Over the weekend the Director General of the Nigerian Law School, Dr. Olanrewaju Onadeko (SAN), in Abuja announced the results of the Final Bar Exams for 2017, ahead the Call to Bar ceremony scheduled for July. In this piece, STEPHEN UBIMAGO writes on the continued pattern of mass failure being recorded at the Institution three […]

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Published By: Daily Independent - Saturday, 12 August

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