Faculty of Law


Welcome to the Faculty of Law. The vision of the Faculty is to be a world class faculty, devoted to excellent legal training, research and development of graduates committed to meeting the socio-legal needs of the society.


  1. To nurture law graduates with high employability attributes and competencies to help transform the society
  2. To produce law graduates that will change the country into global –reckoning and pride of place in all human endeavours
  3. To work for the promotion and advancement of societal legal rights and values for sustainable development.


The underlying philosophy for the establishment of the university is to nurture graduates with high employability attributes and competencies; qualities that are required to transform the country into global reckoning and position of pride in all human endeavors. The University curriculum is patterned and designed to provide students with an academic framework for becoming educated and successful citizens of the 21st century. The courses are designed to teach the students intellectual and practical skills of analysis, communication, quantitative and information literacy and problem solving, and to bring out professional and entrepreneurial benefits of the law discipline. This is geared towards preparing students to engage in complex thinking and develop in specialised areas based on LL.B courses and incorporation of a range of applicable skill sets. We operate a focused law programme and utilize professional techniques, well developed and relevant curricula, modern equipment and materials that will lead to the production of well-rounded law graduates that can make great impact wherever they find themselves after graduation. Therefore the basic philosophy of KDU is predicated on the belief that the central role of the university is education to produce a well-rounded person.

The philosophy of the programme is rooted in the quest to provide unique legal education in Nigeria.   Generally, the law programme will train lawyers to acquire multi-dimensional and entrepreneurial skills. Hence, it is important that students of the law should have a broad general knowledge of other disciplines of study in the process of acquiring legal education that will better equip them to face diverse challenges in the society. The legal education programme will utilize clinical legal education approach and focus on the needs of the various stakeholders in the society.  On the whole, the overall target of legal training in KDU is to produce law graduates whose level of education is extensive and broad-based enough and able to equip them properly to practice as private legal practitioners, or serve as academics or as advisers, solicitors and advocates to governments and governmental agencies, companies, firms, associations, communities, individuals, families and international engagements.


The Faculty has two academic programmes approved for it by the National University Commission (NUC):

  1. Private and Business Law
  2. Public and International Law

Core Values

  1. Capacity Building
  2. Entrepreneurial Culture
  3. Excellence
  4. Global Relevance
  5. Innovation
  6. Integrity
  7. Service to Humanity
  8. Personal Responsibilities

Dean, Faculty of Law

Artificial Intelligence and the Law

The Faculty of Law KolaDaisi University Ibadan held the Maiden Edition of her Faculty Lecture Series titled “Artificial Intelligence and the Law” on April 17 2024 at 11:00am. The Guest Lecturer was Mr. Oluseun Abimbola SAN (Partner, Prime Solicitors Ibadan and the former Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice Oyo State). The Learned Silk offered scholarly and professional views on how artificial intelligence (AI) is a veritable tool for legal research and services

. He amongst other things captured how the use of AI could greatly assist in legal and academic research and ensure the speedy dispensation of justice in Nigeria by judges. He also stated that with the introduction of virtual law firms and upcoming legal tech solutions, there’s an urgent need for legal researchers, judges and many law firms to change their traditional organizational model and adopt the digital era of legal practice.

Faculty of Law Lecture Series

The Maiden Edition of her Faculty Lecture Series on April 17 2024 at 11:00am. The Guest Lecturer was Mr. Oluseun Abimbola SAN

Faculty of Law Lecture Series

Some students of the Faculty of Law and Principal Officers/ Management Staff of KolaDaisi University Ibadan at the lecture .

Faculty of Law Lecture Series

Dr. Temilade Jolaosho, HOD and other members of the Planning Committee, with Mrs. Debola Adeyemi (the Sub-Dean Undergraduate)

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