The aims and objectives of the LL.B Law Degree Programme are therefore:
- To produce Lawyers whose level of education would equip them properly to serve as advisers, solicitors or advocates to government and their agencies, companies, business firms, associations, individuals and families etc.
- Since the activities of government, companies and individuals are expected to be carried out within a legal framework, we always try to ensure the output or end results of the Law programme meet the needs of such institutions, federal, state and local government bodies, various industrial, commercial and mercantile associations as well as various social, family and domestic groups
- To ensure that Law is studied as it functions in society rather than just as rules that have been set and must be applied notwithstanding our Colonial Heritage.
- To offer courses leading to the award of Bachelor of Law (LL.B) degree to undergraduate students
- To train and develop Legal Manpower needs of the Country.
- To produce Law graduates who meet international standards and who will be able to undertake further training towards specialization
The Programme of Law courses in Western Delta University is as contained in the Law BMAS of the National Universities Commission, 2007.