College of Law

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About Us

The College of Law at Western Delta University is established to significantly contribute to the enrichment and enhancement of legal study and practice. Our programme is designed to provide legal education within the dynamic socio-political environment, encompassing national and global trends and challenges.

Our main focus is to create an environment that encourages intellectual rigor, analytical and critical engagement, and profound ethical standards. We aim to produce law graduates who can actively compete in legal, social, economic, and political developments on a global scale. Our dedicated, experienced faculty of teachers and scholars are available to engage with students both in the classroom and through various programs enhancing the law school environment.

Aims and Objectives of the LL.B Degree Programme
  • To ensure that Law is taught as it exists at any given time, with a comparative approach to legal studies.
  • To imbue students with a general knowledge and understanding of Law.
  • To develop in students the intellectual ability to apply research, knowledge, and analytical skills to solving theoretical and practical legal problems.
  • To acquaint students with principles of the judicial process and legal systems, as well as their interaction with socio-economic frameworks.
  • To provide an appreciation of the growing relevance of inter- and multi-disciplinary approach to the solution of complex life problems and the role of law therein.
Admission Requirements

The entry requirements shall be through any of the following options:

  1. Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) Mode: Minimum academic requirement is credit level passes in five (5) subjects at O’Level in nationally recognized examination, including English Language and Literature in English obtained at not more than two sittings; candidate must also have an acceptable pass in the UTME.
  2. Direct Entry Mode: Options include Diploma certificate with credit passes in five (5) papers, including English Language and Literature in English, or acceptable first degree.
  3. Inter University Transfer: Students may transfer from a recognized University after completing the first year and passing all courses, provided they have the relevant qualifications.
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