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    17 Babcock University Students Bag Law School’s First Class

    Babcock University celebrates an unparalleled achievement in the Nigerian Law School Bar Final Examinations, with 17 graduates earning First Class honours.

    Babcock University produced 17 First Class graduates in the November 2023 Nigerian Law School Bar Final Examinations. The results of the examinations have just been released by the Council of Legal Education.

    The 17 of them are said to represent 5 per cent of the total candidates from all faculties of law in Nigeria who sat for the examination.

    This figure is the highest that Babcock University has so far produced at the law school.

    In 2021, Babcock University produced 10 first-class graduates at the Nigerian Law School.

    That year, Babcock University law graduate, Mayowa Abiru, emerged the overall best graduating student in the Bar Examinations.

    Also, one of Babcock University students, Emmanuella Ekwale, has been awarded the 2023 Body of Senior Advocates of Nigeria (BOSAN) Scholar for her outstanding performance in the examinations conducted by the body.

    Since 2019 till date, except in 2020, at least one Babcock University graduate has won the BOSAN Scholar award.

    An elated President/Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ademola Tayo, has sent his congratulatory messages to the students for their incredible feats.

    He noted that the achievements of the students underscored the significance of the teaching and learning approach at Babcock University and the commitment to shaping the human mind and society through impactful quality education and faculty.

    Also, 10 graduates of the Faculty of Law of Lagos State University have made first class honour in the just released Bar final examination results.

    The outstanding students are Akinmusire Sina Victor, Owolabi Yusuf Olatunji, Badmus Sulaimon Ayodele, Oyede Mariam Adejumoke, Afolabi Aderonke Salmat, Lawal Adebisi Bilqees, Haastrup Adetumbi Wuraola, Fagbolade Ewaoluwa Blessing, Ogungbo Azeezat Toluwalase and Taiwo Kanyinsola Abiodun.

    The number, which is highest attained so far in a single academic year in the history of the Faculty of Law of the university, has expectedly elicited excitement from the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello.

    While celebrating the feat, the Vice Chancellor congratulated the Dean, Prof. Olatoye and the entire faculty on the achievement.

    She said, “This result is an evidence of the dedication and diligence of all staff. I am so proud of you all. Congratulations!”

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