The Faculty has a dress code, which you must compulsorily obey, WITHOUT EXCEPTION. This is imperative since legal training (as you aspire to become lawyers) is a professional activity and the Faculty does not want your prescribed dressing and grooming to derogate from your anticipated dress code. Note that lecturers, non-academic staff and members of the Law Students Association (LAWSA) Executive of the Faculty have been given the authority to help ensure strict compliance with the dress code and penalize you if you are inappropriately attired as prescribed by the Faculty. It is important to stress that compliance with the dress code is part of your legal education and training. The University affords you the opportunity to meet people from diverse backgrounds. Consequently, I encourage you to associate yourself with noble persons on campus. Register and participate in LAWSA extra-curricular activities as well as moot court competitions.