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Law in Practice Course Nigeria

Submitted by Clark Cunningham on Sat, 07-18-2015
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Nigerian Law School: Law in Practice: Skills, Ethics and Professional Responsibility
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Nigerian Law School
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All persons who have obtained a university law degree and want to practice as lawyers in Nigeria must complete a one year program of training at the Nigerian Law School, which is operated by the national Council of Legal Education. Part of the required curriculum is the Law in Practice course, which combines the teaching of ethics, professional responsibility and law office management with skills training in communication and dispute resolution in the context of criminal and civil litigation, corporate practice, and property law.
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