This Day (Lagos)By Tobi Soniyi. The body regulating legal education in the country, the Council of Legal Education, Tuesday said the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) had not been accredited to run law degree programme.
Speaking in Abuja at a briefing to commence the 50 years anniversary of the Nigerian Law School, the Chairman of the Council, Mr Onueze Okocha, said anyone who studied law at NOUN and hoping to secure admission to the Nigerian Law School was merely wasting his time and resources.
He explained that NOUN did not have the necessary pre requisites such as moot court, lecturers among others to run a degree in law.
He advised those already studying law at NOUN to transfer to accredited universities. Read more...