The Council of Legal Education (CLE) has approved and released the results for the November 2023 Nigerian Law School Bar Final Examinations, CITY LAWYER can authoritatively report.

Multiple sources who are familiar with the matter told CITY LAWYER that the results were approved last night by the Chief Emeka Ngige SAN-led Council.

Of the 5,308 Bar aspirants that sat for the examination, 251 aspirants representing 5 per cent of the candidates bagged a First Class Honours grade while 1,024 or 19 per cent made the Second Class Upper Honours grade.

On the other hand, 2,179 Bar aspirants or 41 per cent bagged the Second Class Lower grade while 967 aspirants or 18 per cent made the Pass grade. 

Aside from 283 aspirants or 5 per cent who made the Conditional Pass grade, 604 candidates or 11 per cent failed the examination and would have to resit it at a future date.

Already, some Bar aspirants have besieged the Nigerian Law School portal to view their results.

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