Opinion is divided about the bid to amend the Code of Conduct Act by the National Assembly. While some believe it is in order, others think it is self-serving, judging by the ongoing trial ...
Nigerian Law School class of 91 holds anniversary
Members of the Nigerian Law School, 1991 will on the December 16, 2016, which is its 25th call to bar anniversary hold a head-line celebratory event.
Groups condemn poor application of FOI Act
Non-governmental organisations under the aegis of Coalition and Network of Civil Society groups, have condemned the low application of the Freedom of Information, Act (FOI) by Nigerians.
Gadzama, Osinbajo earn NIALS fellow, hold lecture Dec 1
Leading senior lawyer and arbitrator, Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama (SAN) has been conferred with the coveted fellowship of the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS).
Expedite action on pending cases, former AG charges judicial officers
The immediate past Attorney-General and Commissioner for Justice in Akwa Ibom, Uwemedimo Nwoko, has charged Nigeria’s judiciary to expedite action on matters pending in courts.
Exigency of enlarged jurisdiction for National Industrial Court over human trafficking, others
The vices of human trafficking and child labour seem intractable. As new laws are made to address those problems, the perpetrators appear to get more sophisticated in their unlawful business.
Farmers sue Lafarge for alleged farmland destruction
A group of farmers under the auspices of United Farmers have sued the multinational cement manufacturer, Lafarge Africa for allegedly destroying their farmlands.
‘Nigeria has to adopt 1963 Constitution’
The constitution of Nigeria that established Nigerian federation was the 1963 constitution. That constitution was completely corrupted.
NIArb admits new fellows
The Nigerian Institute of Chartered Arbitrators (NIArb), has admitted new fellows, associates and arbitrators comprising 32 judges and four Senior Advocates of Nigeria.