The Institute of Advance Legal Studies is very resolute to raise the standard of law practice in the homeland through the provision of ample academic and human assets to the various faculties of law in Nigerian universities.
Director General of the institute, Epiphany Azinge, while presenting regulation publications pledged to the law school of University of Jos, said that moulding and building the characters of scholars and lecturers in the universities will advance lawful perform in the country which will make practitioners contend favorably with their equivalent across the globe.
Accompanied by management employees of the organisation, Azinge travelled to the University of Jos as part of the institute’s legal mandate of overseeing and guidance of regulation abilities as well as supervising the progress of mail graduate programmes in Nigerian universities.
The institute pledged law books to three other regulation abilities of Nasarawa State University, Lafia; Nigeria regulation School as well as Baze University, Abuja.
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