How to Apply for Nigerian Law School Transcript Online 2024

If you’re a law graduate from a Nigerian university and seeking to obtain your law school transcript, the process can be streamlined by applying online.

The Nigerian Law School has implemented an online application system, making it easier and more convenient for individuals to request their transcripts.

In this blog post, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of applying for your Nigerian law school transcript online.

Nigerian Law School Transcript Fees

West Africa₦13,500
Western Europe₦13,000
USA & Canada₦12,500
South Africa₦15,200
Rest of Africa₦16,500
Middle East & Eastern Europe₦16,700
Asia & Australia₦16,000
Latin America₦21,500

How to Apply for Nigerian Law School Transcript

How to Apply for Nigerian Law School Transcript

  1. Gather Your Information

    Before starting the application process, collect all the necessary information and documents you will need. This includes your details, such as your full name, contact information, and address. It is also essential to have your Law School Enrollment Number and the year of your Call to Bar readily available.

  2. Visit the Nigerian Law School Website

    To begin your application, visit the Nigerian Law School website at Look for the appropriate link or tab that leads you to the transcript application page.

  3. Register for an Account

    If you’re a first-time user, you’ll need to register for an account on the website. You may be required to provide some personal information and create a username and password. Remember to keep these login credentials secure.

  4. Login to Your Account

    After successful registration, log in to your account using the provided username and password. This will grant you access to the online application portal.

  5. Complete the Application Form

    Once you have logged in, you will see the application form. Fill in all the required fields accurately. Make sure to provide your Law School Enrollment Number and the year of Call to Bar correctly. Double-check your form for any errors or typos before submitting.

  6. Pay the Required Fee

    Next, you will be prompted to make the necessary payment for the transcript request. The amount to be paid may vary, so be sure to confirm the fee before proceeding. Typically, online payment options such as debit cards or bank transfers are available. Follow the instructions carefully to complete the payment.

  7. Upload Supporting Documents

    After payment, you may be required to upload some supporting documents. This includes a scanned copy of your Call to Bar certificate, Law School Identity Card, and other relevant identification documents as specified by the application portal. Prepare these documents in advance and ensure they are clear and legible before uploading.

  8. Submit Your Application

    Once you have completed all the necessary steps, review your application to ensure accuracy and that all required documents have been uploaded. If you are satisfied, submit your application. You will receive a confirmation message along with an application reference number.

  9. Track Your Application

    After submission, you can track the progress of your application using the provided reference number. The online portal should have a feature that allows you to see the status of your application. You can also contact the Nigerian Law School directly for any further inquiries or updates.

  10. Receive and Collect Your Transcript

    Once your application has been processed and approved, you will be notified when your transcript is ready for collection. You may need to provide identification and proof of payment when collecting your transcript from the Nigerian Law School. Make sure to follow any specified instructions for collection to avoid any delays.


Applying for your Nigerian Law School transcript online is now more efficient and convenient. By following these steps, you can ensure a smooth and hassle-free application process.

Remember to keep track of your application progress and contact the Nigerian Law School if you have any questions or concerns.

Good luck!

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