About the Institute

The Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies is Nigeria’s apex institution for research and advanced studies in law. It was a brainchild of the legal academic community established in March 1979. One of the main ideas in founding the Institute was to establish it as the centre for advanced legal research for all the Nigerian universities with Faculties of Law, so that all postgraduate work could be undertaken there under the joint auspices of the most experienced and learned academic lawyers available in the country, whether indigenous or foreign.

Read more ...
 

Our Degree Courses


Choose from postgraduate courses, Continuing professional development (CPD), online distance learning and short courses.
 

Post Graduate Diploma in Legislative Drafting (PGDLD)

Apply
 

Masters Degree in Legislative Drafting (LLM)

Apply
 

Doctor of Philosophy in Legislative Drafting (Ph.D)

Apply
No events

View All Events

 

Call For Articles

NIALS JOURNAL OF BUSINESS LAW

Read more ...

Nigerian Association of Law Teachers (NALT)

PART II. THE NALT UNIFORM CITATION GUIDE- STYLE OF REFRENCING
 
The

Read more ...

NIALS Collaborates With Union Bank Training Academy To...

NIALS in collaboration with the Union Bank Training Academy organised a bespoke

Read more ...

View All News Posts

 

The activity selected to pioneer the Centre for Comparative Law in Africa's (CCLA) capacity-building engagement under the TY Danjuma Fund is the training of junior Law academics in research skills. The first of these training events is scheduled for September 2016 and will cover a selection of researchers from the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies.

This event is modelled after the Emerging Researchers’ Programme at University of Cape Town (UCT) where young academics are mentored through a programme that introduces them comprehensively to the research enterprise.

Training sessions at the NIALS workshop will address various aspects of conducting research in an African context, including research planning, methodologies and dissemination. The objective is to equip participants with tools for initiating, undertaking and publishing Africa-focused research.

Names of NIALS Participants/Delegates

ABUJA

    Laura Ani
    Mbajiorgu Kenechukwu
    Izuoma Egeruoh
    Andy Mmakwe
    David Oguche

LAGOS

    Omole Temitope Alice
    Eme Tola-Lawal
    Awolalu Damilola Odunayo
    Oladeji Ifeoluwa
    Oluwakemi Modupe