“Incredible Feat”: Jubilation as 17 Babcock University Graduates Bag First Class at Law School

“Incredible Feat”: Jubilation as 17 Babcock University Graduates Bag First Class at Law School

  • The management of Babcock University is proud following the record broken by the law students of the institution
  • No fewer than 17 graduates from the university emerged best and bagged first class in the November 2023 Nigerian Law School bar final examinations
  • Joshua Suleiman, Babcock University's director of communication and marketing, confirmed the development to journalists

Legit.ng journalist Esther Odili has over two years of experience covering political parties and movements.

Babcock University produced 17 first-class graduates in the November 2023 Nigerian Law School Bar final examinations.

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Babcock University graduates bag first class at bar exams in law school. Photo credit: Babcock University
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Vanguard reported that the results of the examinations released by the Council of Legal Education indicated that the 17 graduates represented 5% of the total candidates from all faculties of law in Nigeria who sat for the examination.

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Joshua Suleiman, the university's director of communication and marketing, disclosed that the figure was the highest that Babcock University had produced at the law school, Daily Independent reported.

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He said:

“In 2021, Babcock University produced 10 first-class graduates at the Nigerian Law School.
“That year, Babcock University law graduate, Mayowa Abiru emerged overall best student in the Bar Examinations."

The president and vice chancellor, Professor Ademola Tayo, congratulated the students for their incredible feat.

He noted that the students' achievements 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.

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The achievement was said to be the highest in a single academic year in the history of the Faculty of Law of the university.

This was contained in a statement issued via the university's official Facebook page on Friday. February 16.

Similarly, the three best-graduating students for the 2022/2023 academic session at the University of Medical Sciences Ondo state bagged automatic employment.

The management of the University of Medical Sciences (UNIMEDs) offered automatic employment to Miss Francisca Aemulegun, who got First Class in Physiology, Miss Marcy Saba, who was the best female graduating student and Micheal Aremu, who was the best male graduating student.

The vice chancellor of the institution, Professor Adesegun Fatusi, made this known at the university’s 5th convocation ceremony.

Source: Legit.ng

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