Network of University Legal Aid Institutions (NULAI) Nigeria was established in 2003 as a non-governmental, non-profit and non-political organization committed to promoting clinical legal education, legal education reform, legal aid and access to justice in Nigeria and the development of future public interest lawyers. Clinical Legal Education (CLE) is the use of any kind of experiential, practical or active training for legal professionals to impact such skills as the ability to solve legal problems.
NULAI Nigeria Center for Clinical Legal Education is an online interactive virtual classroom that facilitates capacity development and technical support to law faculties integrating or developing clinical law programmes.
This is achieved through a learning environment designed to expose learners and law teachers to extensive opportunities of the global movement of clinical legal education, interactive teaching methods, assessment methods, and curriculum development. To participate Create an Account
NULAI Nigeria Law Clinics Alumni Relations
NULAI Nigeria Alumni Relations is to engage all Nigerian alumni clinical law students in a mutually beneficial, lifelong connection to each other and the clinical legal education programme. Read More
African Journal of Clinical Legal Education
African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice (ISSN 2315-5728) invites articles and commentaries for publication. The Journal which is peer-assesed is devoted to law and legal education of significant research value, especially on developments on clinical legal education, justice education, and access to justice. Read More
NULAI Nigeria Publishes Clinical Legal Education: Curriculum, Lessons and Materials
Clinical Legal Education: Curriculum, Lessons and Materials is meant to serve as a model providing guidance only to any Law Faculty, Law Clinic, Law Teacher, or Trainer. The user is free to modify the curriculum and lessons as much as needful. Read More
The Amber Alert 4 Social Justice (AA4SJ) is a campaign that seeks to use creative platforms to promote and advocate for an inclusive Nigeria, using various forms of art and events to draw Nigerians together towards utilizing collaborative efforts to say NO to divisions along ethnic and religious lines, violence/abuse of any nature, communal crisis, human rights violations and be part of creating a civil and just society. 'Creating a national support base for social justice issues that provides support to prevent, protect and promote the values of social justice'.