‘Make good use of oral advocacy, electronic evidence’
Lawyers in the country have been charged to deepen their skills in the use of oral advocacy, generation, and presentation of electronic evidence. Those will help lawyers be in a position to advance the cause of their clients in view of the emerging trend in Information and Communication Technology (ICT).
Azinge, Utomi, Asiodu advocate alumni funding to save education sector
Prominent Nigerians have advocated sustained alumni funding to tackle the rot in the education sector across the country.
Azinge calls for abolition of state of origin, indigeneship
Former Director General, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), Professor Epiphany Azinge (SAN), has advocated the abolition of state of origin and indigeneship from the Constitution.
Ex DG NIALS calls for abolition of state of origin, indigeneship
Former Director General, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS), Professor Epiphany Azinge, has advocated abolition of state of origin and indigeneship from the constitution.
‘Time for state police has come’
I personally do not subscribe to the notion of “Biafran state” out of Nigeria. At least, it can be appreciated that the geographical entity Chief Odumegwu Ojukwu conceptualized in 1967 is not the same as the present South East as constituted.
NBA section on business law charts path to sustainable, competitive practice
The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) is very worried about the dwindling fortunes of legal education and practice in Nigeria. The section is not only worried about the situation...
Cross-examination, most effective tool in court proceedings, says former Lagos DPP
He pointed out the techniques of cross-examination includes effectiveness of leading questions, the need to avoid needless use of adjectives as well as the importance of showing brevity.
‘Why government should prosecute importers of sub-standard products’
A former Commissioner of Justice and Attorney-General of Plateau State, Prof. Dakas C. J.Dakas, has called on the relevant government agencies to demonstrate courage in prosecuting foreigners who breached the law.