‘My First Court Case: Prosecuting My Father’s Killers’

Shagufta Tabassum Ahmed agreed to study law on her parents' advice, though she had no intention of becoming a lawyer. But that changed when...

Say Hello to Lawpavilion PRIME 6.0 – The Winner’s Prime!

  For over a decade, LawPavilion PRIME has grown to be the best electronic legal research and analytics tool in Nigeria and with the launch...

Barrister Big Things Come in Small Package – An Inspirational Story of Wisdom Echefula

Wisdom Echefula took to his LinkedIn page to tell an inspiring story of how he conquered inferiority complex and constant phycological attack occasioned by...

Register: 1st DYAG Mentoring Programme by Beverley Agbakoba-Onyejianya

The Develop Your- A-Game 2022 online personal mentoring programme shall be hosted by Beverley Agbakoba-Onyejianya. Beverley is an international public speaker, a sports, entertainment and tech...

Review of Some Significant Decisions – Labour & Employment 2021

By Folabi Kuti, SAN  In line with the general trend in recent years, case law during the period under review has been driven, largely, by...

The Employment Law Year 2021: A Review of Significant Developments in Labour and...

By The Employment and Labour Lawyers Association of Nigeria (ELLAN) 2021 was an eventful year in the labourand employment law space in Nigeria. The year...

Review of Olumide Babalola’s ‘Privacy and Data Protection Law’ in Nigeria

By Dr. ‘Kemi Pinheiro, SAN, FCIArb INTRODUCTION I want to begin this review with a message of praise to my learned brother and prolific author, Olumide...

Meet Rev. Fr. Edwin Obiorah; the First Catholic Priest to Become SAN

A Catholic Priest, Rev. Father Edwin Obiorah is one of the seventy two legal practitioners conferred with the prestigious rank of Senior Advocate of...

“Giving Advice is a Useless Exercise”: My Moments with Prof A. Toriola Oyewo, Academic...

By Sylvester Udemezue During one of my (then) regular visits to his Law Firm in (I think, Bashorun) Ibadan, this was around (I think) October...

Wanted: Judiciary That Aids Economic Growth

Despite efforts, delay in administration of justice just won’t go away. According to the Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Ibrahim Muhammad, the slow...