Constitutionality or Otherwise of Gov. Akeredolu’s Eviction Order on herdsmen

By Onyeka Obiajulu While Section 41(1) of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (amended 2011) recognises the freedom of movement of every Nigerian...

ICPC Corruption Verdict Unsettles Judiciary

The dust raised by the Independent Corrupt Practices and other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) in its damning report, which indicated that the Judiciary is...

Data Protection in Nigeria: Gaps and Opportunities

By Babatunde S. Oyewole  INTRODUCTION  Globally, human activities are taking transcendental shifts from manual to digital processes at which they are conducted. These changes afford data...

My Grouse: The CJ’s Directive; To Registrars or Learned Brothers?

For every lawyer in active litigation, the news of the recent directive by the Chief Judge of Lagos State to all Registrars that notifications...

The Oloture Claims/Counterclaims and the unaddressed Data Protection Issues

By Olumide Babalola When sometime early December 2020, my wife, an Assistant Chief Legal Aid Officer with the Legal Aid Council of Nigeria persuaded me...

Appraising the Justiciability Question of Chapter II of the 1999 Constitution of Nigeria

By Michael Ojimba INTRODUCTION: Chapter II of the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (hereinafter referred to as “The Constitution” or “CFRN”) contains the...

Client/Counsel Relationship: Agency or Independent Contractor?

By Olumide Babalola I have procrastinated on this article for so long but it keeps staring me in the face at different fora and intervals,...

Review of Some of the Significant Decisions – Labour and Employment 2020

By Folabi Kuti Unarguably, the ex cathedra decision of the Court of Appeal, Nigeria in Appeal No. CA/L/1091/2016 Sahara Energy Resources Limited v Mrs. Olawunmi Oyebola,...

Protesting Cross River Magistrates: Dear Governor, Do Not Muzzle An Ox To Keep It...

(by Udems) Memory Verse: “... the wages of him that is hired shall not abide with thee all night until the morning".(Leviticus 19:13). This disturbing new items...

Abolition of Death Penalty: An Examination of The Abolitionist and Retentionist Arguments in...

By Oringo Bamidele Gabriel INTRODUCTION Death is an inevitable, universal process that eventually occurs in all living organism. In law, death could be legal or illegal....