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The faculty of law aims to produce graduates of law who are equipped with a clear understanding of the place and importance of law in society; coupled with a sound foundation of legal knowledge. The academic programme is designed to incorporate social, political and economic parameters within which the law operates with basic tools of legal analysis. It will expose students to a general knowledge of other related disciplines. The course also aims at creating a new bred of lawyers who will be capable of thinking outside the contemporary jurisprudence. Their training is intended to make them acquire skills and competence to operate across international and domestic laws.

To achieve these objectives, the programme is particularly tailored to expose students to the general knowledge of other disciplines, and the role that the law is bound to play in society as an instrument of social engineering and control in a world driven by science and technology.

Dean of Faculty
Prof. Solomon T. Ebobrah
Faculty Officer
Mr Kehinde E. Slaboh
Secretary to Dean
Mrs. Rosemary
Head of Department
Jurisprudence/ Public Law Dr. (Mrs.) Izein-Egbe R. Elvis-Imo
Private / Property Law Dr. Sylvanus Abila

To be considered for admission into the first degree programme, candidates should

1. Have five credit pass in not more than two sittings in any of the following examinations;

  • General Certificate of Education (GCE) Ordinary Level Examination
  • West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE),
  • National Examination Council (NECO),
  • National Business and Technical Examination Board (NABTEB) or their equivalents

2. Obtain the minimum cut-off score in UME conducted by JAMB

3. Meet the various departmental registration requirements


UTME Requirements
NDU Admission Requirements
Jurisprudence/ Public Law


Private / Property 
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English, Mathematics, Literature, Government, History, or CRK.
Private / Property 
Private / Property Law
English, Literature, Government, History/CRK
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