In the past, you may have been a student at Sierra Leone Law School (from February 1990 onwards).
If so, we would love to hear from you, and we invite you to register and keep in touch with us via our new Sierra Leone Law School Alumni Association.
You may have joined us years ago and have landed yourself a dream job in the sector of your choice through another means.

It would be our pleasure to hear about your story, and it would also be helpful to our current students. By joining us, you can inspire a new generation of future professionals. If you are now an employer, you might also find your next cohort of employees from the Sierra Leone Law School.

We invite you to submit your testimonial and, if accepted, it may be posted on our Alumni Wall. We will ask you to tell us your story about joining the Sierra Leone Law School, your next steps, what you've accomplished in your career, and where you are today.

Our Alumni hold the secrets of the future, not just the past. Whatever you have achieved and become in the intervening years since graduating from Sierra Leone Law School, know that you are a product of further education. Also, know just how important the time you spent with us has been.

Our esteemed alumni recognize that the unparalleled learning and professional environment at the Sierra Leone Law School continues to shape their careers and civic lives.
As a result, many of our graduates eagerly anticipate opportunities to give back to the Law School and community by offering their time and resources.
We take pride in the dedication and generosity of our alumni and remain committed to providing the highest standard of legal education that equips our students to become exceptional legal practitioners and contributing members of society.


Stay connected with your alma mater, the Sierra Leone Law School. We are currently building an alumni database and would greatly appreciate your help in keeping us informed of your current contact information and professional pursuits. Please take a moment to share your news with us and stay connected to the Law School community.

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The Council of Legal Education under section 6 of the 1989 Act is ordained as:

Legal Education Provider

Conduct or cause to be conducted professional training courses and examinations


Appointment of a Board of the Law School, a Director of the Law School, academic and other staff

Awarding Body

Issue a Certificate of Call to the Bar on satisfactory completion of the professional training course.


Evaluate courses of study provided by and accord appropriate recognition of legal qualifications obtained in other institutions

Members of The Council of Legal Education.

1. Hon. Chief Justice Hon. Justice Nicholas Browne-Marke - Chairman

2. Mohamed Lamin Tarawally Esq – Attorney General & Minister of Justice

3. Dr Abu Bakarr Bangura - Director Sierra Leone Law School (Secretary)

4. Robert B. Kowa - Solicitor General & Rep. of Attorney and Minister of Justice

5. Hon. Justice Alusine Sesay - Justice of the Supreme Court

6. Hon. Prof. H. M. Joko-Smart

7. Prof. Foday Sahr - Vice Chancellor of the University of Sierra Leone

8. Prof. Babatunde Karim – Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences & Law (F.B.C)

9. Pastor Sahr Foday - Rep. Ministry of Education

10. Mr Leslie Thomas - Rep. Employers Federation

11. Mrs. Tuma Adama Gento-Kamara - Rep. Bar Association

12. Mr Floyd Davies Esq.- Rep. Bar Association

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If you have any questions or need more information about the Sierra Leone Law School, please feel free to contact us. We are here to help and are always happy to hear from prospective students, alumni, and others interested in our institution. You can reach us by phone, email, or by filling out the contact form.

Sierra Leone Law School

Special Court, Jomo Kenyatta Rd, Freetown

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