A PhD in Law is also known as a Doctorate in Law (abbreviated as LLD or LD) and is an advanced post-graduate degree involving extensive research as well as pursuing an academic approach within the field of law.
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The School of Law accepts candidates for research work leading to a PhD. The central feature of PhD work is the close relationship between the doctoral candidate and his or her supervisor, in which they meet regularly and consult closely. This relationship is supported and strengthened in various ways. Every doctoral candidate has an adjunct supervisor, another member of staff with a close interest in the candidate’s region and/or subfield of the discipline. [+]
The new Ph.D. programme sets out to create a real research community of scholars whose work is monitored and guided by the best international standards in the field. [+]
The Law Programme is tailored after the National University Commission’s guidelines which emphasize the need for Law graduates to be knowledgeable in other fields of human endeavour, such as Psychology, Economics, Philosophy, etc., so as to fully appreciate analyze and understand the important role that law plays in the Nigerian Society in particular and the entire humanity in general. [+]