Nigerian Bar Association
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), has condemned the removal of the Chief Judge of Osun, Justice Adepele Ojo, by Gov. Ademola Adeleke.
On a Friday in July 2005, Bayo Ojo, a Senior Advocate of Nigerian (SAN), quietly absconded from work in an office in Victoria Island, Lagos, from where he functioned then as the president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA).
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Lagos Branch has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on knowledge-sharing with the African Corporate and Government Counsel (ACGC) Forum. According to the MoU, both organisations will develop a relationship that is mutually beneficial to their in-house counsel membership With the move, the bodies are mandated to jointly organise conferences…
The practice among those with power or influence of favouring relatives, friends, or associates, especially by giving them jobs.
Nigerian Copyright Commission (NCC), in accord with its mandate of building institutional capacity, yesterday, organised a workshop to train young lawyers across the country on digital environment right.
The Nigerian Bar Association came out a few days ago to apologise to Nigerians for not living up to expectations. It was an apology that most Nigerian citizens must have received with a combination of amazement and amusement.
The crisis rocking the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has continued to deepen, as its former secretary general, Nimi Walson-Jack, challenged his recent suspension as unlawful, saying that such dictatorial action cannot stand.