NOUN Suspends Law Admission as Management Negotiates With Law School

Following the announcement that Law graduates of the National Open University of Nigeria are now qualified to attend Law School, the management of the institution has reportedly suspended admission into its faculty of Law. 

The university said it’s in high negotiation with some agencies of government to clear ways for NOUN graduates to begin their participation in both Nigerian Law School and the National Youth Service Corps.

While addressing the media ahead of the university convocation coming up on Saturday, March 23, 2019, the Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof Abadalla Adamu said the suspension does not render the previous certificates invalid, Vanguard reports.

According to Vanguard, Adamu said the suspension was aimed to give the open university the opportunity to conclude discussions and negotiations with the Council for Legal Education and other relevant agencies regarding participation of NOUN graduates in Law School.


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