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Why I am studying to Become a Lawyer – Fatima Usman Garba #LSFBC

I remember as a kid waking up to my Mum in suit ready for class, the attire was honourable, her speech exudes confidence and...

NBA-SBL Inaugurates ‘SBL Club’ in UNILAG

Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) has inaugurated the first ‘SBL CLUB’ at the Faculty of Law, University of Lagos (UNILAG), Akoka. The...
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Use of Law Enforcement Agents to Recover Debt is Illegal – O. G....

In Nigeria, it has become common occurrence for people to engage the services of law enforcement agencies to recover debts. It is even more...

An Appraisal of the Exceptions to Natural Justice : Nemo Judex in Causa Sua...

It is an equitable principle of the general juristic sense that courts of law, tribunals and other administrative bodies saddled with the core mandate...

LAWSAN National Convention 2018: Registration Guidelines

Ahead of the Law Student Association of Nigeria (LAWSAN) 2018 National Convention scheduled to hold  between 4th -9th February, 2018 in Lagos, the organizers have...

Drama as UNICAL Law Lecturers Fight over Deanship

There was a mild drama at the University of Calabar (UNICAL) yesterday when the acting Dean of the Faculty of Law, Dr. Rose Oyama...

Can a Senior Advocate of Nigeria appear before Inferior Courts?

Read the Balogun Sofiyullahi O.'s position on whether a Senior Advocate of Nigeria can appear before inferior courts as he reviews the case of ATTORNEY...

Compulsory Pupillage for “New Wigs” How Desirable – Bolaji Jeffery Ogalu

I remember my initial years in the practice of law in Nigeria, just a few years ago, my employers would refer to my generation...

Prof. Isa Hayatu Chiroma Assumes Office as New DG, Nigerian Law School

It's the dawn of a new era in the Nigerian Law School and the council of legal education as Prof Isa Hayatu Chiroma takes over from...

Why I am studying to Become a Lawyer – Fabusiwa Omotayo Oluwapelumi #LSFBC

Quite frankly, I never set out to study law right from my primary nor secondary school education. I would then say "I want to...