Do you want to study law at the university but don’t know how to go about it?
This article is for you as it gives you detailed information about the course.
What is Law?
The discipline and profession of law is concerned with a society’s norms, practices, and standards of conduct that are accepted as binding by the community. A controlling authority is in charge of enforcing the set of regulations.
How Many Years To Study Law?
To study law at a university you must complete a five-year program. Graduates from various schools of law will be admitted to the Law School after 5 years of study in any university to study the practical aspects of the legal system for only one year.
Finally, candidates must complete their NYSC service for one year after graduating from a law school before becoming completely certified to practice law in Nigeria.
Where Can A Lawyer Work?
The following are career opportunities for anyone with a law degree
- Legal advisor
- Legal publisher
- Legal analyst
- Management consultant
- Government lawyer
How Much Does Lawyers Earn in Nigeria And Ghana?
The salary for Lawyers in Nigeria ranges from 150,000 monthly.
In Ghana, a legal person typically earns around 6,120 GHS monthly.
What School Can Law Be Studied?
- University of Lagos
- Obafemi Awolowo university
- Ghana School of law
- University of Benin
- KNUST faculty of law
- Abia State University
- UCC faculty of law
- University of Ibadan
- GIMPA faculty of law
- University of Maiduguri
- Mountcrest university college faculty of law
- University of Nigeria, Nsukka
- University of Illorin
- Ambrose Alli University
- Adekunle Ajasin University