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21 Sep
Human Rights lawyer, Chief Malcolm Omirhobo, has sued the Federal Government at the Federal High Court, Abuja for allegedly preventing Nigerian citizens right to keep
21 Sep
The 2021 “Global Leaders in law award as legislative drafting lawyer” recipient, Dr. Tonye Clinton Jaja has said that the honour means more to him than the SAN award,
21 Sep
Senior partner, Punuka Attorneys, Chief Anthony Idigbe (SAN), has endorsed the call by the Christian Lawyers’ Fellowship of Nigeria (CLASFON) for the creation of Ecclesiastical Court.
21 Sep
Worried about the incessant conflicting court orders from courts of co-ordinate jurisdictions in political matters, eminent jurists have urged the National Judicial Council
21 Sep
Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has revived its Bar Journal by publishing two issues after four years of its non-existence.
14 Sep
Katsina State Governor, Aminu Bello Masari recently called on residents of the state to defend themselves, following massive cases of abductions and killings by terrorists.
14 Sep
The Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria Deposit Insurance Corporation (NDIC), Mr. Bello Hassan, has commended the Anti-Corruption and Transparency Units
14 Sep
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has set up a N100 million Medical Fund for it members who cannot benefit from the National Health Insurance Scheme (NHIS) or whose ailments do not qualify as “critical ailment” under its policy with Leadway Assurance.
14 Sep
Administration of justice is critical for local businesses and foreign investments because it is meant to be a basis for confidence that if and when transactions run into disputes or things go wrong,....
14 Sep
The 1999 Constitution makes elaborate provisions for settlement of disputes between persons, between government and citizens and between States as well as between State(s) and Federal Government.
14 Sep
A Port Harcourt-based lawyer, Chioma Choko, has expressed concern over the insistent procurement of court injunctions and counter injunctions by politicians, which he alleged, has brought discredit to the judicial system in recent times.
14 Sep
Abia State High Court, Umuahia, has granted leave to the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, to serve the Federal Government and seven other respondents processes in a fundamental rights....

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