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3 days ago
Delta State Chief Judge, Justice Tessy Diai, yesterday, decried “stone age” methods still adopted by legal practitioners in the state.
12 Oct
The rate at which elected political office holders defect from one political party to another without any consequence since the return of democratic rule in 1999 is not good for the development of strong democratic institutions in this country.
21 Sep
Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has revived its Bar Journal by publishing two issues after four years of its non-existence.
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.
10 Sep
The Brooklyn Nets of the National Basketball Association, NBA, have waived veteran Nigerian centre Jahlil Okafor, the team announced Thursday night in a press release. Brooklyn acquired Okafor, who featured for Nigeria’s D’Tigers at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games, from the Detroit Pistons last week along with Sekou Doumbouya in the trade that brought DeAndre…
25 Aug
  The Nigeria Police Force has been given a 14-day ultimatum to charge a detained suspected militants spy girl, Miss Gloria Okolie, to court if she has committed any known offence or release her unconditionally.    Former second vice president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Monday Ubani, gave the advice following alleged long and…
24 Aug
The President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Mr. Olumide Akpata has unveiled the Association’s partnership with the foremost LegalTech Company, LawPavilion, to provide an efficient legal research tool known...
20 Aug
LeBron James is taking issue with a pre-season poll that doesn't give him a vote in the discussion about who is the NBA's best player entering the 2021-22 campaign.
19 Aug
Some sons are like their fathers; or even better. That was what Gani Fawehinmi, the great lawyer, got in his son, Mohammed who died last week at 52. Gani wanted a son like Mohammed and that was what he got.
3 Aug
Senior Partner of Babalakin & Co, Dr. Wale Babalakin (SAN), has canvassed the overhaul of law practice in the country.
3 Aug
The Federal High Court, sitting in Lagos has adjourned the suit filed by the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) against the Federal Government, over the twitter ban to October 4, 2021.
30 Jul
The NBA will name a 75th-anniversary team of the league's 75 greatest players in October as part of a celebration paying tribute to the milestone.

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