A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE FACULTY OF LAW
Law history here
PHILOSOPHY OF THE LL.B DEGREE PROGRAMME
We introduce students to law related matter, equip them with various principles and practise of judicial process and legal developments, and equip them with the basic tools that are necessary for legal analysis legal method.
We ensure that graduates in law have a good general knowledge of law, including a clear understanding of the role of law and the importance that it plays in the society.
We ensure that students have a broad general knowledge in and exposure to other disciplines in the process of acquiring legal education since human activities namely social, economic, political are inextricably interwoven with the law.
To produce Law graduates who are equipped and eligible to use law as a tool for the resolution of various social, economic and political conflicts In the society.
To equip law student with the knowledge and skills which qualify them for further studies as i- way of ensuring sustained academic.
To make legal education available to persons such as law enforcement officers, politicians, customs and immigration officers etc. who will need knowledge of law in their professions;
To let other academic departments of the university have knowledge oflaw and add Law as combination subject/course for combined honours degrees such as Politics & Law, Business & Law, and Diplomacy & Law etc
Duration of The LL.B Programme
The LL.B programme is a 5-year standard programme for students with S.S.S. Certificate, G.C.E.’O’ Level or their equivalents.
However; Direct Entry candidates will be permitted to join in year two of the programme.
A student shall qualify for the award of a Law degree when the student has completed and passed all the Courses he registered for, including all compulsory courses and such elective/optional courses as may be specified by the university/faculty.
Furthermore, the student must obtained a minimum CGPA specified by the University but not less than 2.0.
Classification of Degree
The Degree Classification for under-graduate law programme shall be as contained in the table below:
|Second class (upper)
|Second class (lower)
||Less than 1.50