THE Faculty of Law, Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba -Akoko, Ondo State, is fast establishing itself as first among equals going by the regular feats of its graduates at the Nigerian Law School in recent years.
One of its students, Miss Falade Faith Olayinka, has hit the headlines by bagging a First Class Honours in the 2015/2016 Bar Part II final examinations.
This heartwarming development follows on the heels of the outstanding performances of graduates of the university at last year’s Law School examination where two graduates of the institution, Opeyemi Akeem Longe and Ebunoluwa Bamigboye, were celebrated by the university’s management for their outstanding results at the Bar Final examinations.
Longe, who was the first student to bag First Class in Law at AAUA in the institution’s 16-year history, also bagged a First Class and emerged the best nationally at the Law School for that year.
According to a memo to the vice chancellor, Professor IgbekeleAjibefun, from the Dean of Law, Professor E. A. Taiwo, a good number of the products from the university’s Faculty of Law performed exceptionally well at the recently concluded Bar Part II final exams.
In the memo announcing the students’ exceptional feat, Professor Taiwo, said, “Quite a number of our products finished with very good grades, and Miss Falade Faith Olayinka’s performance was outstanding as she finished with First Class honours.
“Miss Falade graduated in her Bachelor of Law (LL.B) degree from the university during the 2014/2015 academic session with Second Class (Upper Division). She was the third best graduating student in her set with CGPA of 4.34. Miss Falade’s performance has made the faculty and the university proud.”