Wrong appointments undermine judicial independence, says Access to Justice
The judicial sector watch-dog, Access to Justice (A2J) has warned that the act of cherry-picking persons to be appointed as judges would undermine the independence of Nigerian judiciary.
Choosing a president: Two visions of Poland's future
One favours Washington, the other Brussels and they differ on a controversial reform of the judiciary: the two candidates in Poland's presidential election
Judiciary is underfunded, maligned, says Kazeem
Immediate past Attorney-General of Lagos State, Mr. Adeniji Kazeem (SAN) has declared that Nigerian judiciary is underfunded and over maligned.
Removal of ex-CJN, financial autonomy, virtual court sittings define judiciary’s performance
Nigerian judiciary has always been the arm of government that citizens usually look up to, in times of conflict as it is all over the world. This is even more pronounced in developing countries where political conflicts that usually result in judicial adjudication is the norm. Whether the judiciary has lived up to expectation within…
Governors meet today over financial autonomy for judiciary, legislature
The 36 governors are meeting today to review a number of critical issues surrounding the financial autonomy for the state judiciary and legislature
Sanwo-olu tasks judiciary not to slow justice administration despite COVID-19
Lagos State Governor, Mr. Babajide Sanwo-Olu, has tasked the judiciary to keep wheeling the administration of despite COVID-19, through fully acquainting themselves with the new culture of justice dispensation driven by technology.
Court dismisses SERAP’s request for code of conduct’s judicial review
A Federal high court, Lagos yesterday dismissed an application brought before it by the Registered Committee of Socio-Economic Right and Accountability Project (SERAP) seeking for an order
Pandemic exposes Nigerian judiciary’s lack of vision, says Access to Justice
Access to Justice (A2J), a justice sector watchdog, has declared that the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed Nigerian judiciary’s lack of vision.