I do not think you should sack them merely because they were alleged to have stolen. Under our own constitution and in accordance with the rules of Nigerian justice, they ought to be heard.
Proposed appointment of lawyers to appellate courts raises concerns
These times have long gone and with the abundance of talent trained either here in Nigeria or abroad we have more than enough qualified Judges to fill any void in our appellate Court system.
NBA seeks to overhaul its regulatory framework
President of the association, Abubakar Mahmoud (SAN) said the task has become neccessary following serious concerns and loss of confidence that is obvious in the legal profession in the country.
Court directs parties to explore amicable settlement in suit against IoD
A Lagos High Court, Tafawa Balewa Square (TBS) has directed parties in the N128 million suit filed against the Institute of Directors Nigeria (IoD) over alleged non-payment of debt, to explore out of court settlement and report back to court on April 3, 2017.
Owerri Bar honours police commissioner, senior advocate
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Owerri branch in Imo State, has honoured the Commissioner of Police in the state, Mr. Taiwo Lekanu and Chief Arthur Obi Okafor (SAN) for their contributions in the development of the country.
Police arraign five men for alleged invasion, felony
In his ruling, the presiding Magistate, Mr. W. B. Balogun, said he will only grant the third defendant, Ademiluyi bail on self-recognisance, because he is a legal practitioner who can easily be reached if he jumps bail.
‘Sustaining partnership in law firms is still a challenge’
Just recently, the president of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Abubakar Mahmoud (SAN) inaugurated a Legal Profession Regulatory Review Committee.
Appointment of new judges will boost capacity, says Lagos CJ
The Chief Judge of Lagos State, Justice Olufunmilayo Atilade has said the appointment of the three new judges in the State is to enhance and strengthen the capacity base of the State judiciary.
Court adjourns breach of agreement suit to May 3
A Lagos High Court in Badagry, has adjourned the case between a Lagos-businessman, Alhaji Lasisi Ayomumoye and United Bank of Africa (UBA) over breach of property agreement to May 3.
American’s N6.6billion suit for hearing April 5
The Federal High Court in Lagos has adjourned a suit by an American, Montia Rice, seeking to relist a suit in which he obtained judgment awarding him N6.6billion to April 5.