Welcome to Bola Ajibola College of Law

Bola Ajibola College of Law (BACOLAW) offers admission to prospective candidates wishing to undergo legal training leading to the award of Bachelor Degree in Law LLB (Hons).

Bola Ajibola College of Law (BACOLAW) offers admission to prospective candidates wishing to undergo legal training leading to the award of Bachelor Degree in Law LLB (Hons). Our courses have been carefully developed to meet the requirements of Council of Legal Education as replicated in the National University Commission (NUC) benchmark for the award of Bachelor Degree in Law as well as equip students with the rudimentary knowledge of substantive aspect of the law. To this end, students will be fortified with a broad knowledge of legal principles which would enable them to solve both domestic and global legal problems and issues. The college aims at churning out sufficiently grounded, bold and ever confident law graduates not only of national standard but also of international standard that will be able to make positive and meaningful contributions to their immediate community but as well as the global society at large. The college has facilities which includes the Law Library with e-library facilities, moot court, student and staff common rooms and dedicated lecture rooms equipped with up-to-date information and Communication Technology (ICT) facilities. The law degree programme of the college is structured as a single programme at undergraduate level having the following departments: Specialization in this area shall be at the post graduate level. Each department is headed by distinguished Law academics. Interestingly, the college is the constituency of the founder of the University, H.E. Prince Bola Ajibola (SAN) the doyen, legal icon and primus-inter pares in the field of law of international repute who has contributed in no small measure to the development and advancement of the legal profession in Nigeria.

Departments

Department of Commercial and Property Law
Department of Jurisprudence and International Law