Reviewing The Curriculum For Legal Education In Nigeria

A very striking feature of post-call life for new wigs is the shocking realization that legal practice is different from legal education. At the start of practice, young legal practitioners grapple with understanding practice and feel out of sorts as the live the mantra, "practice is different from law school".

This statement which has become popular in legal circles begs one to reconsider the aim of Law School, at least in Nigeria. The entire body of knowledge acquired in Law School merely forms some sort of foundation, which in a lot of cases is barely enough to keep the new legal practitioner in a position where he/she feels confident in his/her ability to deliver to their employers.


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