National Judicial Council
NJC panel moves to monitor trial of corruption cases
The committee raised by the National Judicial Council (NJC) to monitor corruption cases has resolved to engage prosecutorial bodies, including the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission.....
Judiciary deserves best brains, says Babalakin
Babalakin said this in Lagos yesterday while delivering a paper, titled: "Law and The Society", as the Guest Lecturer at the Annual Reunion of Government College Ibadan Old Boys' Association (GCIOBA).
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.
CJN okays special courts for corrupt cases
Walter Onnoghen broke the news while speaking at the opening of the 2017/2018 Legal Year, and the swearing-in of 29 members of the Nigerian Bar Association conferred with the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) in Abuja.
Procedural approach to justice administration contributing to delays in justice delivery, says Ajogwu
I think a major impediment to commercial law practice in Nigeria is the problem of multiplicity of required permits and approvals, delays and bureaucratic obstacles at regulatory bodies like the Corporate Affairs Commission and NIMASA.
NJC needs reform, says Adedipe
What the DSS did October last year was to humiliate the country and rape the rule of law. Is it the way judges were humiliated that will help fight corruption? It is bad!
Group recommends desk review of judicial reform in Nigeria
A law-based non-governmental organization, Law and Empowerment Initiative has advocated desk review of the planned judicial reform in Nigeria.
NJC recalls justices Inyang, Ademola, four others
The statement recalled that the affected judicial officers were directed to excuse themselves from office with effect from November 2, 2016 "to maintain the integrity and sanctity of the judiciary and sustain public confidence."