My First Week at the Nigerian Law School (NLS) Abuja

Hi there! On the 7th of February 2021, I moved into the Nigerian Law School (NLS) in Bwari, Abuja, for the Bar Part I programme. I had been considering vlogging for a while, and when Eromonsele Emmanuel asked if I was going to vlog while at law school, it gave me further ammunition. A while later, my friend Rita Atalor again asked if I was going to vlog at law school. It was a no-brainer at this point!

So here is a vlog of my first week at NLS. In this vlog, I attempt to give you a glimpse into what can only be described as a very stressful week. My week was stressful mainly because I went through a very tedious registration process. But, towards the end of the week, I started to settle in, and dare I say I even had a little fun. So sit back, relax, and take a ride into my life at the Nigerian Law School. I hope you enjoy what you see!

Related: I’m a graduate! Reflections on my three-year experience at UCL


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One thought on “My First Week at the Nigerian Law School (NLS) Abuja

  1. “The most profound values to learn about law is:
    never elevate form over substance
    never elevate courtroom protocol over justice
    and use the principles of law fairly
    and the Scales of Justice will balance Equal.”- Van Prince

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