The law students of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN, Akoka Study Centre, Lagos  State, Nigeria, is set for its maiden law week celebration which holds between 11 and 15  October, 2010.

According to the organisers, its planning committee members include Paul C. Chukaru,  Governor, Nwakanma Anthony, Chairman, Planning committee, Kehinde Basiru, Secretary,  Planning Committee, Emmanuel Nosa Ehihabor, Publicity Secretary among other law students of  the institution, activities lined up for the event include lectures/opening ceremony, MOOT  Court, cultural activities/football, visit to three different courts in the state, visit to  NOUN Special Centre, Kirikiri and the FRSC and will be rounded up by a dinner/award.

The purpose of the law week, the organisers said, was to bring the law students together as  it is done in other recognised universities that have law faculties, and afford them the  opportunity to interact with the lecturers/facilitators, school authority and themselves.

They added that it will also expose the law students to the rudiments of the law profession  as well as create awareness to the public and other higher institutions that do not know  about NOUN and its course outline or curriculum.

—Jamiu Yisa