Nigerian Law School Full Schedule of Fees
The Nigerian Law School has released the schedule of fees for students undergoing one program or the other.
In a breakdown cited by BarristerNG, the council noted that there is no room for a refund after payment.
Below is the full Breakdown in the School Website as at 9th June, 2023
50th Anniversary (Alumni fees) – ₦10,000
Bar Part I Application Fees – ₦20,000
Application for Admission to the Remedial Course for Non-Common Law Graduates – ₦20,000
School Fees: Bar Part I School Fees (Nigerian) – ₦240,000
Bar Part I School Fees (Foreigner) – ₦1,380,000
Bar Part II (Nigerian) – ₦296,000
Bar Part II (Foreigner) – ₦1,970,000
Breakdown of Result – ₦2,500
Verification of Result – ₦5,000
Certified True Copy of Document – ₦13,000
Identity Card – ₦5,000
Introduction Letter – ₦5,000
Loss of Certificate – ₦5,000
One Paper – ₦50,000
Two Papers and above – ₦90,000
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Resit Examination (Bar II):
One Paper: ₦50,000
All Papers: ₦100,000 + Revision Fee ₦40,000
Resit Examination (Bar I):
One Paper: ₦50,000
Two Papers and above:
Revision Program: ₦90,000
Middle East/Eastern Europe:
Asia & Australia: ₦35,000
Latin America: ₦45,000
Transcript Processing Fees:
Western Europe: ₦30,000
Other West African Countries: ₦30,000
South Africa: ₦35,000
The Rest of Africa: ₦38,000
Asia and Australia: 35,000
Latin America: 45,000
Payment must only be through CB/REMITA payment gateway using approved channels.
Candidates can log on to www.remita.net, select COUNCIL OF LEGAL EDUCATION as biller, and populate the relevant fields as required.
Take Note that it is the responsibility of the payer to ensure that the correct amount is paid for the appropriate service.
This is a Sub Treasury Single Account (TSA) of the Federal Government of Nigeria, no application for a refund will be entertained.