When 3,782 law graduates are called to Bar between October 20 and 22, 1,805 of their colleagues will miss the ceremony.
This is because they failed in both the re-sit and regular final examinations conducted by the Nigerian Law School, NLS.
The results of the examinations were announced yesterday in Abuja by the Council of Legal Education, CLE.
The 3,782 constitutes the total number of successful students who participated in the Bar final re-sit Examination conducted in April, and the final year examination of the regular students conducted in May this year.
Details of the results indicated that a total of 2,736 sat for the re-sit examination, with 60.2 percent (1,648) obtaining pass, 3.6 percent (98) conditional pass, while 36.2 percent (990) failed.
Of the 2,852 students who participated in the regular Bar final examination, 68.5 percent recorded pass, 2.9 percent got conditional pass, while 28.6 percent failed.
Of the successful regular students, four passed with First Class, 109 got Second Class Upper, 418 Second Class Lower, 1,422 Pass, 83 Conditional Pass, 815 fail.
Those who made First Class are Sani Fatima Bombom (Abuja Campus); Mbonu Genevieve Chinyeaka and Olowu Adetutu Abisoye (both of the Lagos Campus) and Abajuo Reason Emma (Enugu Campus).
The NLS Director-General, Olanrewaju Onadeko, in a statement yesterday, said the call to Bar ceremonies for the successful candidates will hold from October 20 to 22 in Abuja.

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