Nigerian Law School Class of 85, Honors Mates and  Pledges  to  Assist Alma Mater


The Class of 85 of the Nigerian Law School has held its annual reunion with a pledge to assist the school with a donation of two hummer 18-seater buses to aid its transportation challenges.

The 85 class is among the top five of the law school sets  actively operating in the country with a Lagos lawyer, Chief Emeka Ngige (SAN) as its Chairman.

In the recent past, the class had donated hundreds of text books worth over N10million to the school library.

At the reunion presided over by the leader of the class, Prince Lateef Fagbemi (SAN), awards were presented to 17 members of the class who had distinguished themselves in various spheres of legal practice. Those honoured included the Chief Judge of Osun State, Justice Adepele Oyebola Ojo, the Solicitor-General of the Federation, Mr. Taiwo Abidogun, a judge of Federal Capital Territory, Justice Jude Okeke, Mr. Granville Abibo (SAN), Mr. Dejo Lamikanra (SAN), Aham Eke-Ejelam (SAN) and  Dean of Faculty of Law of University of Lagos, Prof. Ayo Atsenuwa.

At the occasion more than N5million was raised by the members  in support of the Class project to donate two hummer 18-seater buses to the school. Among  over class members who attended the occasion were Justice Moore Adumein of the Court of Appeal, Francis Ekwere, the immediate past  First Vice President of NBA, Chief BEI Nwofor (SAN) the leader of the Port Harcourt chapter, Mia Essien (SAN) and Justice Elsie Thompson of African Court of Human and Peoples Rights, Arusha, Tanzania.