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Law Students' Society,
Faculty of Law,
University of Ibadan.

The Law Students’ Society, University of Ibadan is the student body of Law students at the University of Ibadan.
Beyond books, the LSS is a catalyst for cultivating well-rounded legal minds—individuals who not only excel academically but also radiate social and moral brilliance.
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Welcome to a vibrant community of legal minds, where excellence is our compass. I am Kikiola Babalola, honored to serve as the 38th Executive President of the prestigious Law Students’ Society, Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan.

Babalola Olaoluwa Kikiola

President

The executive council

Meet Our Executives

Babalola Olaoluwa Kikiola

Babalola Olaoluwa Kikiola

POSITION : President
CONTACT: 08168650638
E-MAIL: olagokebabalola@gmail.com

Makinde Wuraola Gbemisola

Makinde Wuraola Gbemisola

POSITION : Vice-President
CONTACT: 09012299589
E-MAIL: wuraolamakinde1@gmail.com

Babatunde Bolanle Abigail

Babatunde Bolanle Abigail

POSITION : General Secretary
CONTACT: 08174993148
E-MAIL: abigailbolanle33@gmail.com

Adekunle Oluwabukunmi Challenge

Adekunle Oluwabukunmi Challenge

POSITION : Assistant General Secretary
CONTACT: 08164202752
E-MAIL: bukunmiadekunle1@gmail.com

Christiana Itunuoluwa Joel

Christiana Itunuoluwa Joel

POSITION: Financial Secretary
CONTACT: 08063605274
E-MAIL: joelchristiana2@gmail.com

Latona Adedeji Emmanuel

Latona Adedeji Emmanuel

POSITION : Faculty Treasurer
CONTACT: 08088422780
E-MAIL: dejiemmanuel505@gmail.com

Whesu Henriette Abosede

Whesu Henriette Abosede

POSITION : Social Secretary
CONTACT: 09030532158
E-MAIL: barhenriette@gmail.com

Oluwafemi Imole Moses

Oluwafemi Imole Moses

POSITION: Sports Secretary
CONTACT: 08109488221
E-MAIL: oluwafemimoses28@gmail.com

Adegoke Ayomide Faith

Adegoke Ayomide Faith

POSITION : Public Relations Officer
CONTACT: 09012749501
E-MAIL: faithgoke01@gmail.com

Abbas Abdsatar Adekola

Abbas Abdsatar Adekola

POSITION: 100 Level Male Representative
CONTACT: 08167148892
E-MAIL: abdsataradekola@gmail.com

Oyelami Oluwafemi Oyeladun

Oyelami Oluwafemi Oyeladun

POSITION: 100 Level Female Representative
CONTACT: 07043652659
E-MAIL: femiadun01@gmail.com

Alumni Testimonials

The faculty made me understand that while learning the law is important, it is more useful when you learn in context of the people. From the legal trainings and knowledge I got, I was able to grow some wisdom that has given me leverage in negotiations and human relationships. The faculty showed me the humanity in law.

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Akeju

Akeju Ganiu Olusegun

Former Students' Union President of the University of Ibadan

I represented the Faculty in the African Human Rights Moot and led the first team from Nigeria and West Africa to the ELSA Moot on WTO Law (now John H. Jackson Moot) all of which still set me apart in my endeavours years after graduating from the Faculty. A lot can be achieved from this faculty!

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Mujib

Mujib Jimoh

Best Graduating Student (Male Category) Chief Judge, Law Students' Society, Judicial Council.

He graduated from the faculty in 2020 with a First Class, as the Best Graduating Male Student in his cohort. At the Nigerian Law School, he carted national prizes in Civil Litigation and Property Law Practice during the 2021 Call to Bar ceremonies.

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Diran

Adediran Adesokan

Best Graduating Male Student, 2020 Class

The faculty of law remains an extraordinary part of my journey as a global legal professional. I am beyond grateful for the teaching and mentorship of my lecturers and for the very warm friendships that have lasted beyond the four walls of the University of Ibadan.

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Boluwatife

Boluwatife Adesoji Anjola

LSS UI First Class Graduate

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Frequently Asked Questions

Faculty regulation colors are Black, White and Grey.

Littering of the faculty is prohibited. This is a rule of common sense.

Students are disallowed from crossing over the lawns (Section 70 of the Constitution, supra).

Participation in any ‘beauty’ or ‘handsome’ pageantry as a law student prohibited (see S. 67(2)(a) of the LSS Constitution).

S. 70 of the LSS Constitution prohibits law students from being members of any secret society.
Q6: Can I treat learning colleagues with disrespect?

Every law student must accord other law students respect and dignity regardless of their levels of study, age, status.

By virtue of S. 67(1)(h) of the LSS Constitution, sagging of trousers by male students is prohibited.
Q8: What Section of the LSS Constitution prohibits wearing of leggings to the faculty?

Section 67(1)(b) of the LSS Constitution prohibits the wearing of leggings to the Faculty by female students.

By the provisions of S. 67(1)(f) of the LSS Constitution, skirts and gowns must be at least at knee-length.

Only black belts and socks are allowed. Multi-coloured socks are not allowed even if black appears on such socks.
(See S. 67(3) of the LSS Constitution)

By virtue of S. 67(1)(g) of the LSS Constitution, wearing of coloured footwear is prohibited. The only colour allowed for footwear is black. All footwear must be reasonably moderate and befitting of the legal profession.

Only *Black hair* is allowed for females

No, all hair styles should be minimal and be shoulder length.

All males should be on low cut with properly trimmed hair.

No, you cannot. Only black, white and grey sweaters, jackets, sweater vests and cardigans are allowed.

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