Our main asset is our Human Resource. We are open to considering lawyers with exceptional academic credentials and an avid commitment to innovative law practice anchored on the ethics and unwritten code of the profession. Our minimum entry requirement for lawyers is a Second Class (Upper Division) from both the Nigerian Law School and the University.
Our Administrative staff complement our team of lawyers to achieve efficiency of service delivery to clients. We typically consider competent support staff that are committed to delivering results within timeline constraints.
As part of our commitment to the development of the profession, we accept a limited number of student trainees or fresh graduates who are yet to be called to the Bar, under our internship and mentoring programme. All applications must be submitted not later than six months ahead of the intended commencement date of internship, along with interim transcripts and a cover letter from the University Law Faculty. For graduates who are yet to attend the Law School, LL.B certificates or statements of result will suffice.