MLF Programme 2020/2021


Hello everyone. I graduated from the faculty of law of a renowned Nigerian university with second class upper honours (3.80 CGPA, on a 5.0 scale) and I recently graduated from the Nigerian Law School with second class upper honours as well. I know that a lot of people apply to get into the MLF programme annually-many of them having graduated with first class honours from much better universities-but I just want to know if I stand a fighting chance at all with what I currently have should I choose to apply next year.
Thank you in advance for your honest answers.

Hello everyone. I graduated from the faculty of law of a renowned Nigerian university with second class upper honours (3.80 CGPA, on a 5.0 scale) and I recently graduated from the Nigerian Law School with second class upper honours as well. I know that a lot of people apply to get into the MLF programme annually-many of them having graduated with first class honours from much better universities-but I just want to know if I stand a fighting chance at all with what I currently have should I choose to apply next year.
Thank you in advance for your honest answers.
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Hello everyone. I graduated from the faculty of law of a renowned Nigerian university with second class upper honours (3.80 CGPA, on a 5.0 scale) and I recently graduated from the Nigerian Law School with second class upper honours as well. I know that a lot of people apply to get into the MLF programme annually-many of them having graduated with first class honours from much better universities-but I just want to know if I stand a fighting chance at all with what I currently have should I choose to apply next year.
Thank you in advance for your honest answers.


I would say it is definitely worth a try - if you never try you will never know! You might also want to have a look at the "Profile Book" that is published on the MLF's webpage to get a feeling about the background of current students!

[quote]Hello everyone. I graduated from the faculty of law of a renowned Nigerian university with second class upper honours (3.80 CGPA, on a 5.0 scale) and I recently graduated from the Nigerian Law School with second class upper honours as well. I know that a lot of people apply to get into the MLF programme annually-many of them having graduated with first class honours from much better universities-but I just want to know if I stand a fighting chance at all with what I currently have should I choose to apply next year.
Thank you in advance for your honest answers.[/quote]

I would say it is definitely worth a try - if you never try you will never know! You might also want to have a look at the "Profile Book" that is published on the MLF's webpage to get a feeling about the background of current students!
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