Lawyers in media task members on Nigeria’s regulatory framework
The chairperson of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA) Lawyers in the Media Forum (LIM), Ms. Theodora Kio-Lawson has enjoined their members to work together with consumer protection agency to reform Nigeria’s regulatory framework.
Private equity body pledges to tackle regulation, policy deficiencies
According to the organisation, which promotes private investment coming into Africa, the issues would be addressed through increased advocacy and engagement with critical stakeholders.
‘Nigeria’s intellectual property laws not suited for emerging commercial and technological development’
First of all, I am profoundly thankful to God for his exceeding grace. I am both humbled and honoured to be admitted into the Inner Bar and I believe it brings some measure of significance to Intellectual Property (IP) in Nigeria.
Justice Salami leads panel to monitor trial of graft cases
The appointment was approved by NJC, headed by the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Walter Onnoghen, as part of the decisions reached at the 82nd meeting of the council.
Lawyers urged to be creative in litigating maternal health issues
With recurring incidents around maternal health in the country and little or no justice achieved, lawyers have been urged to be creative in pursuing justice for the victims.
Group trains lawyers on oral advocacy
The conference for Western Attorney Generals (CWAG) in conjunction with the African Alliance Partnership (APP) has commenced training aimed at enhancing the capacity...
Lagos unveils plea, sentence bargaining manual
As part of its efforts to fasten criminal justice administration and decongest prisons in the state, Lagos state government has unveiled manual for ‘Plea and Sentence Bargaining’.
Businessman kicks over contract, alleged property demolition
A Lagos-based businessman and developer, Alhaji Hakeem Kosoko, has appealed to the Speaker of the Lagos State House of Assembly, Mudashiru Obasa...