The Nigerian Law School, invites applications from suitably qualified candidates to fill the position below:
Job Title: Lecturer I – CONUASS 04
Locations: Yola aud Yenagoa Campuses
MIN REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
Applicants must possess a good honours degree in Law not below Second Class Lower division (2:2) from a recognized University, the qualifying Certificate from the Nigerian Law School and a Master of Laws degree.
A minimum of seven (7) years of active legal practice and relevant research plus three (3) publications in reputable journals.
Conditions of Service:
Appointment will be full-time and pensionable; and subject to a probationary period of two years, after which, upon satisfactory performance, the appointment may be confirmed.
Other conditions of Service are similar to those existing in Nigerian Universities and as may be prescribed from time to time by the Council of Legal Education.
Successful applicants may be posted to any Campus of the Nigerian Law School as indicated for each post.
Method of Application:
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications and supporting documents as stated below to:
The Secretary to the Council and Director of Administration,
Nigerian Law School, Bwari,
Garki – Abuja
Applicants should submit 10 (Ten) copies of their applications, curriculum vitae and certificates.
Applicants are also to provide evidence of NYSC participation or exemption.
Applicants that fail to meet the requirements will not be considered.
About Nigerian Law School
The Nigerian Law School was established in Lagos under the Legal Education Act 1962 now Legal Education (Consolidation Etc) Act Cap. L10, Laws of the Federation, 2004. From 1962 up till December 1997 the Law School remained in Lagos. Following the Federal Government directive, the School was relocated to Bwari in Abuja in December 1997.