Fight Against Corruption in Nigeria: Ten Reasons Why We Are Not Succeeding; Ten Things...

By Udems Memory Verse: A major duty legal researchers and rule of law campaigners owe society in the practice of constitutional democracy for promotion and sustenance...

Does the Nigerian Constitution Expressly Provide for A ‘Right to Private and Family Life’?...

By Olumide Babalola It has been repeatedly argued that the 1999 Constitution guarantees the right to private and family life. Many lawyers have made this...

Re Mohammed v. AGF {2021}: When an Appellate Court May Alter the Sentence Passed...

By Carrington Osarodion Omokaro In the Nigerian Weekly Law Report, March 2021 PART 1764, there was a decided case which sparked different reactions from different...

Abdication of Duty: How NBA Leaderships Chase After Shadows to the Detriment of the...

By Udems. A CORE AIM OF THE NIGERIAN BAR ASSOCIATION (NBA): "Establishment of schemes for the promotion of the welfare, security, and economic advancement of members of...

Ten Immediate Benefits of Having a Legal Department in Each Local Government in Nigeria...

By Udems These lawyers at the LG Legal Departments would supervise and even undertake prosecutorial activities in magistrate courts, and represent the respective LG’s...

Court of Law Must Not Always Refuse a Claim on Plea of ‘Illegality’

By Olaniyi Timothy Olamide INTRODUCTION The elementary rule of a claim found itself on illegality has been its unenforceability by court be it contract or tort....

An Interrogation of the Legal Threshold Required to Succeed in a Petition for Dissolution...

By Adolphus Nwachukwu “Shall I Compare thee to a Summer’s Day? Thou art more Lovely and more Temperate: Rough Winds do Shake the Darling Buds of May, And...

Of a Grand Teacher of Great Law Teachers And His Shining Example in Humility:...

Of a Grand Teacher of Great Law Teachers And His Shining Example in Humility: A Tributary ’s Deliberation on Polycarp Chibueze Okorie By Sylvester Udemezue MEMORY...

In Re “Magistrate Orders Lawyer to be Handcuffed, Jailed for Contempt of Court”: How...

Kindly refer to these two pieces of news published on 23 March 2021: 1). “BREAKING: Abuja Magistrate Orders Lawyer To Be Handcuffed, Jailed For Interrupting,...

Regulatory Framework For Open Banking In Nigeria

The Central Bank of Nigeria (the “CBN”) in an attempt to provide an enabling regulatory environment for provision of innovative and customer-centric financial services...