₦airaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 2,184,197 members, 4,762,093 topics. Date: Saturday, 16 February 2019 at 03:01 AM

Blog Writers Needed - Literature/Writing Ads - Nairaland

Nairaland Forum / Entertainment / Literature / Literature/Writing Ads / Blog Writers Needed (373 Views)

Article And Blog Writers Needed (2) (3) (4)

(1) (Reply) (Go Down)

Blog Writers Needed by duduade: 10:05am On Mar 27, 2018
Hello everyone, kindly follow up on a friend s blog and get informed about the juicy gist, trendy outfits for occasion,fashion tips, reviews on hotels movies and restaurants.

Also information about the Nigerian LAW school would also be available, accommodation, how to survive, tips and also NOTES would be made available. Trust me you wouldn't regret it. The blog promises to be juicy and entertaining .

Also we on the SEARCH to find writers, who have stories to share as we would be featuring such .so Click this link and check out the blog

http://taraschapter.blogspot.com.ng/?m=1

And if you are a good writer and interested in working with Tara, you can send a sample of any of your work with a little biography of you to the mail taraschapter@gmail.com and you would be contacted.
Re: Blog Writers Needed by duduade: 10:09am On Mar 27, 2018
Nigerian Law School (NLS) situated in different cities around Nigeria which include - Lagos, Enugu, Kano, Yenagoa, Yola and Abuja – the headquarters of NLS. For some of the students, this may be the first visit to the city that hosts the law school, and some may have concerns because of the relocation. There is, however, nothing to fear as life in the law school is largely the same as living in the university with a few differences. While the university offers the opportunity of interacting with students in other disciplines, law school doesn’t, and only aspirants to the Nigerian Bar are present on the NLS campus. Also, activities in the NLS can be quite monotonous and probably more rigorous than any period of study you may have had before the law school. So buckle up!

Accommodation

NLS provides accommodation for students in all the campuses as the cost of housing is included in the fees so generally, students do not have to pay additional fees for housing. However, better furnished and more convenient hostel accommodations are available on some campuses at an extra cost. Depending on the campus, the number of occupants in a room range from 2 to about 8.
Lagos-6
Abuja- 2
Enugu-4
Kano-3
Yola-4
Yenagoa-2,4.6
Also, there are off-campus accommodation facilities, and students who have family may also operate from home.

Feeding

Unlike in the university where students are allowed to prepare their meals in the hostels, the NLS completely outlaws cooking in the hostel. In some campuses, this extends even to the use of electrical appliances including electric irons, kettles, boiling rings and allied appliances.

There are cafeterias within and outside each law school campus providing various dishes on their menus to students at a fee. I think this is the most intriguing aspect of life in the law school. It is typical to spend days trying out different foods at different cafeterias to determine what your preferences would be over the first few months at the law school. It usually takes some weeks for most students to adapt to the food. It is advisable to start with cuisine that one is comfortable with and gradually try out other types of food. A few people might break down in the early days and weeks of the NLS programme because of the change in environment and the new routine but also because some students do not adopt healthy feeding habits or do not adapt to the food available in the law school. Students must pay attention to their nutrition.

Lectures

The lecture is a critical aspect of the NLS program. Lectures start in most campuses at 9.00am and end at different times the earliest being 1:30 pm and the latest 6.00pm, usually in the Lagos campus, between 3 pm and 7p.m. Lectures usually start with an overview of the day’s topic followed by group discussions based on the tasks given ahead of each class. The Lagos campus is a bit different in this wise; after the overview in Lagos, groups make presentations which are usually answers to the assignments for the class. The group meetings in every campus hold on the eve of every class. Frankly, the lectures at the law school get can very overwhelming, and this fact stays regardless of whether lectures end at 2 pm or 4 pm. Each day, the lecturers treat a new topic in the course and most of the time, the first encounter with the themes and the concepts are during the group meetings or personal study ahead of the class.

Lectures usually have an interesting twist to the lectures, especially during the group discussions where students and teachers share dissenting opinions which may lead to arguments and during the question-and-answer session.

Social Life

Law school is not all lectures and studying; there is time to socialize. The law school itself includes social programmes in the calendar. These programmes include the cocktails and the law dinners. There are two cocktails- one at the beginning of the session and the other on the last day of exams. The law dinners are also an avenue to let out some steam and have fun. Despite the importance placed on the dinners in the curriculum, there is no rule prohibiting a photo session with friends (of course, not during the dinner itself!)

You can also visit places of interest either alone or with friends. The law school campuses (excluding Lagos) are far away from the city. Therefore a visit to the major mall in the state may count as ‘going out’ (in my opinion). And you get to evaluate the way of life of the locals in the state and appreciate better the cultural diversity of Nigeria.

Time

I guess the most asked question for a law school student is “where does all the time go?’ Twenty-four hours would seem incredibly short. Just when you are glad that the weekend is around the corner, you will have to chide yourself on Sunday night or Monday morning if you spent your weekend as planned. Yes, it can get that serious. And the cycle continues until lectures are over and the externship rolls around. Three months of externship can look like a long time, and you would only discover how short that period is when you have to return to school.

One tip to pulling through law school is: keep a balanced state of mind, health and keep the right circle of friends. Regardless of what happens, law school is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity, and it behooves on every student to make the most out of it by enjoying each moment however arduous it may seem. I wish you an enriching and exciting law school.


http://taraschapter.blogspot.com.ng/2018/03/nigerian-law-school-nls-situated-in.html
Re: Blog Writers Needed by duduade: 12:53pm On Mar 27, 2018
Hello everyone, kindly follow up on a friend s blog and get informed about the juicy gist, trendy outfits for occasion,fashion tips, reviews on hotels movies and restaurants.

Also information about the Nigerian LAW school would also be available, accommodation, how to survive, tips and also NOTES would be made available. Trust me you wouldn't regret it. The blog promises to be juicy and entertaining .

Also we on the SEARCH to find writers, who have stories to share as we would be featuring such .so Click this link and check out the blog

http://taraschapter.blogspot.com.ng/?m=1

And if you are a good writer and interested in working with Tara, you can send a sample of any of your work with a little biography of you to the mail taraschapter@gmail.com and you would be contacted.
Re: Blog Writers Needed by duduade: 7:12pm On Mar 28, 2018
[/color] Blog Writers needed[color=#006600]
Re: Blog Writers Needed by anoda(m): 11:20pm On Apr 05, 2018
Article writer here contact are in my signature
Re: Blog Writers Needed by Godmother(f): 4:22am On Apr 13, 2018
Hi, check out this website if you want to make money writing

https://channels.cc/u/Jcr2y
Re: Blog Writers Needed by okorro1(f): 3:23am On Apr 17, 2018
duduade:
Hello everyone, kindly follow up on a friend s blog and get informed about the juicy gist, trendy outfits for occasion,fashion tips, reviews on hotels movies and restaurants.

Also information about the Nigerian LAW school would also be available, accommodation, how to survive, tips and also NOTES would be made available. Trust me you wouldn't regret it. The blog promises to be juicy and entertaining .

Also we on the SEARCH to find writers, who have stories to share as we would be featuring such .so Click this link and check out the blog

http://taraschapter.blogspot.com.ng/?m=1

And if you are a good writer and interested in working with Tara, you can send a sample of any of your work with a little biography of you to the mail taraschapter@gmail.com and you would be contacted.
are we going to be paid??
Re: Blog Writers Needed by Jeel: 5:16am On Apr 19, 2018
okorro1:
are we going to be paid??

(1) (Reply)

I Have A Book For Publishing / Inspiring Words For Ambitious Hearts / Writers And Contributors Wanted

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2019 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 71
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.