Skyline University Nigeria

Making the Best Use of LL.B Years

The Faculty of Law has organized a guest lecture for the students of level 100, undertaking the courses titled ‘Introduction to Sociology and Critical Thinking Skills’. This is in line with the aim of Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) to provide the best quality education for its students.

In his welcome address, Dr Olumide Abraham Ajayi the facilitator of the courses, said he is beyond elated to have invited the guest speaker to speak on trends in the Discipline of Law as the students kick-start their careers. He added that the opportunity is to unveil the realities in their chosen career such that, they can be able to prepare adequately before graduation.

Speaking virtually during the lecture, the guest speaker Seyi Orowosebe Esq., a principal partner at De Lex Consult Abuja, said this invite is timely as the world is swiftly transformed by technology by the day. He said it is quite imperative for students to engage in debates, presentations and group activities while in school to boost their capabilities.


He emphasized that the students need to be involved in seminars and competitions, to understand newer trends and fresh perspectives in the law discipline. It is a way to showcase your talent and to utilize the opportunities available for you in school, he said.

Seyi Esq. said that students need to go with the trend of social media by utilizing it as a business tool to find clients, build a network and sustain relationships that can be helpful for future engagements. It is a way to start a career early and is most relevant for employers.

He also suggested that students should always opt for that internships during vacations to gain practical experience with practitioners in the field. There are numerous Civil Based Organizations (CBOs), Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and other Non-governmental organizations that offer internship opportunities for starters

Delivering the vote of thanks, Surayya Abubakar, a level 100 student from the Department of Law, said the students are thankful for the opportunity given to them by the university. They now understand the relevance of building online portfolios and beneficial relationships.

Another student, Halima Wachiko, a level 100 student studying Law, said the session was quite interesting and highly enlightening. We hope to be making good use of the lecture that was delivered, she said.