Nigerian Bar Association
NBA will partner with FG to fight corruption, says Alegeh
Mr Augustine Alegeh, President of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), on Sunday pledged the association's support to the Federal Government`s fight against corruption.
Osinbajo says law profession has much to offer Nigeria
The Vice President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, on Friday urged lawyers to continue to offer their professional services for the development of the country.
Gadzama kicks as NBA electoral umpire declares Mamoud president-elect
A presidential candidate in the just concluded election of the Nigeria Bar Association (NBA), Chief Joe-Kyari Gadzama (SAN), has rejected the result of the exercise, which declared his opponent, Abubakar Mamoud (SAN) winner.
Court strikes out suit against conduct of NBA election
A high Court of the Federal Capital Territory (FCT) has struck out a legal action instituted by a Lagos-based lawyer, Mr. John Echezona Unachukwu, challenging the conduct of the Nigerian Bar Association ...
Government to leverage on arbitration to grow investments
The Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo has described arbitration as key in driving foreign investments in Nigeria, saying with such a robust dispute resolution mechanism in place ...
Uncertainty trails 2016 NBA elections
There is palpable uncertainty over the fate of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) elections scheduled to hold on July 23 and 24 this year as the election management bodies failed to deliver on their timetable.
1999 Constitution still the best and has not failed, says Awomolo
It is meaningless to me. Ask those who are calling for the restructuring, what do they mean? They are looking for a structure or opportunity for them to become relevant again.
Nigeria to host first ICC arbitration conference
THE International Court Of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Paris, in conjunction with the International Chamber of Commerce Nigeria ...
50 killed in presidential, NASS polls, says NHRC
FROM the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) came yesterday a revelation that about 50 people were killed during and after last Saturday’s presidential and National Assembly elections. Meanwhile, the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has appealed to all stakeholders in the elections to respect the wishes of the Nigerian electorate and accept the results of the elections when announced by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). In a statement issued by the Chairman of NHRC, Dr. Chidi Odinkalu, the commission applauded the Nigerian people for remaining undaunted in the face of challenges during the electoral process.