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The College was established in 1976 as a training center under Kano State Judiciary in order to train middle level personnel for the area courts (now Shari'a Courts). it was located within the School for Arabic Studies (SAS), Kano as its temporary site with four teaching staff and twenty students.

In 1978, following the submission of the Aminu Kano Education Review Committee Report, the Government merged the state owned tertiary institutions under a single umbrella named Kano State Institutes for Higher Education (IHE)

In 1987, the institution for Higher Education was broken into three autonomous bodies Viz: Kano State Polytechnic; Kano State College of Arts, Science and Remedial Studies and Kano State College of Education with campuses at Gumel and Kumbotso.

Under that dispensation the college found itself under the Kano State Polytechnic with the name of Aminu School of Islamic Legal Studies (ASILS). In the year 2000 ASILS gained autonomy and was excised from the Kano State Polytechnic and named Aminu Kano College of Islamic and Legal Studies (AKCILS). In 2005 a new law was enacted by the state government with a slight change in the name of the College that is Aminu Kano College of Islamic and Legal Studies, Kano. In 2012, the approval was granted to the College by the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE) to run the NCE programme.

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