Faculty of Law Dean, University of Benin, Prof. Violet Aigbokhaevbo, on Friday, sought an increase in the number of students of the institution admitted into the Nigerian Law School.
The Dean made the call during a tour of facilities in the faculty of Law with the institution's Law Class of 1985 as part of the reunion activities of the faculty.
Aigbkhaevbo said the faculty now had sufficient facilities to request the increase, adding that 50 of the 200 law graduates could not attend the Law school as a result of the quota.
She urged the Council of Legal Education of Nigeria to ensure the accreditation visit to the faculty to increase the number of intakes.
The Chairman of the 1985 set, Dr. Ronald Otaro disclosed scholarships for two law students and a N300,000 annual prize for the overall best male student from the institution's faculty of Law.
The prize of N250,000 for the best graduating student in Property Law and the best graduating female student each by the 1985 set was also announced.