Nigerian Law School, NLS Bar Part II April 2019/2020 Admission Form Registration Outlines
This is to inform all intending applicants for admission into the Bar Part II Course that the Council of Legal Education mindful of the impact of the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has approved a special session to clear the backlog of Law graduates seeking
Admission to the Nigerian Law School.
Applications will commence from Monday March 18, 2019. The session will commence on Wednesday April 24, 2019.
PLEASE NOTE, IF THE MAT.NO. ON YOUR APPLICATION FORM IS DIFFERENT FROM THE MAT.NO. ON THE ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS’ LIST, YOUR FORM WILL NOT BE PROCESSED.
APPLICATION FEE: [N20,000] Twenty Thousand Naira Only
The programme is open to law graduates of Nigerian Universities and foreign trained law graduates, who have successfully completed and passed the Bar Part I Course at the Nigerian Law School.
METHOD OF APPLICATION:
Prospective applicants are to visit the Nigerian law school website: https://nigerianlawschool.edu.ng/,
Creating an Account and Logging In:
Sign up using your Matriculation Number as username and your desired password.
Once you have signed up once, you do not need to sign up again, subsequently you can log in.
Step 1: Enter your username which is your Matric Number and your desired password
STEP 1: Click on Bar II Application
Confirm Your Name In the Eligible Applicants List.
Click On: Check Your Name and Mat.No On Your University
If your name is on the eligible applicant’s list for your University, then
STEP 1A: Generate your remita reference number and pay your application fees.
STEP 1B: Enter your remita payment details on the portal.
A reference number will be generated for you to show that you have completed payment.
This is shown below:
To print your payment slip, you can print either immediately after generating your reference number
STEP 2: Click on Print Bar II Application Payment Tab
This is shown below:
STEP 3: Print your application payment slip and attach to your form
STEP 4: Click on Apply for Bar Part II as shown above
Ensure you attach your application payment slip shown above to your Form before you submit to
Any applicant whose name is not on the eligible applicant list but goes ahead to pay forfeits the
amount paid in full. In addition, such a candidate will be sanctioned by the Council of Legal Education.
STEP 5: Print the page that contains your application number, this is shown below:
STEP 6: Click on Print Bar II Form, enter your application number, a sample form is shown below:
Click on Download Bar II Forms. This will enable you to download other relevant forms
Download relevant Form and attach to Form A1
Form A1 section B shown below is compulsory, it must be filled by all applicants and attached to
The Medical Form is required once your admission status reads, ‘Full Admission.’
FORM B is compulsory, it MUST be filled by your Dean and attached to your form
Form B1 is not compulsory, only candidates who have either worked or are in full employment need
to give the form to their employers o previous employers as the case may be.
Same rule applies to Form B2.
For Technical assistance, send mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Attach compulsory forms to Form A1 section A and submit to your Dean
Attach Your Remita application payment Receipt to your application form, else it will not be processed.
Downloaded Application forms together with references on applicants, must be completed and returned to the Nigerian Law School, through the Deans of the Faculties of Law on or before Friday March 29, 2019.
LATE SUBMISSION OF APPLICATION FORMS WILL NOT BE ENTERTAINED,
1. Only candidates whose data have been forwarded to the Nigerian Law School, by Deans are eligible to apply. Every candidate must therefore confirm his/her name on the Nigerian Law School website before proceeding to pay the application fee. Under no circumstance shall individual candidates approach the Nigerian Law School directly or through Parents/Guardians, for admission.
2. Approved re-admission candidates and cleared referred cases, are to confirm their names under re-admission, on the School’s website before proceeding to apply. Such candidates are to attach copies of their approval or clearance letters to their application forms, and dispatch same to the Secretary to the Council of Legal Education and Director of Administration, at the Nigerian Law School Headquarters, Abuja.
3. Applicants are to note their Application Numbers to access their admission status subsequently, please.
E. Max-Uba (Mrs)
Secretary to council and director of administration