Does Law Student Go For NYSC (All You Need To Know)? Are you interested in knowing if Law students do go for National Youth Service (NYSC)? If yes then this post is for you.
At the end of this post, you will find the answer to “Does Law Student Go For NYSC” keep reading friend.
Becoming a lawyer in Nigeria takes 7 years.
The First 5 years will be spent in accredited law faculty in Nigeria, then the remaining two years for the Nigerian law school and NYSC.
Does Law Student Go For NYSC?
The Answer is YES
NYSC is COMPULSORY, A MANDATORY One-year Programme For Graduates Of Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria.
This means that Law students do go for NYSC after attending Law School.
LAW SCHOOL before NYSC and Not NYSC Before Law School.
Recall that the National Youth Service Corps, NYSC, had warned corps members against participating in the National Service and attending the Law School at the same time.
National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) programme which was established by the NYSC Decree No. 24 of May 22, 1973 during the regime of Nigerian Civil War, as a one year programme for fresh University graduates “to promote unity, understanding and national integration among Nigerians” after the Nigerian Civil War.
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