How to Become A Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) | Requirements, Procedures & Guidelines

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How to Become a Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) | Requirements, Procedures & Guidelines | Criteria for Becoming a Senior Advocate of Nigeria | Criteria for Becoming a Senior Advocate of Nigeria | Guidelines for the Conferment of the Rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria 2016 | Qualifications for san in Nigeria –  See more article details below;Almost every lawyer has the dream of ‘Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) being affixed to his name one day.
The rank of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria is ascribed to those who have paid their dues and made indelible marks in the legal profession.

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