Any Floodgate of Senior Advocates of Nigeria? I Don’t Think So (Part 2)

By Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, OFR, FCIArb, LL.M, Ph.D, LL.D  Introduction Last week, we started this vexed issue on the existing lingering fear (even if pretentiously...

Media Obligations and the Disclosure of Official Secrets: An Appraisal of the Thin Line

By Dotun Odunlade Nathaniel                                                        ABSTRACT This paper discusses the media Vis a Vis the disclosure of official secret, focusing on the...

Nigerian Lawyers Must Take the Lead

By Kene Obiezu Between 22nd and 29th October 2021, Nigerian lawyers under the auspices of the Nigerian Bar Association will converge on Port Harcourt, Rivers...

Re-Examination: Beyond Ambiguities

By Temedie, Peter-Great Esq. INTRODUCTION:  In the legal world, one concept that surfaces more often than not, especially during trial, is the concept of re-examination. It...

Despite #EndSARS, Nigeria Records 164 Extra-Judicial Killings

• Amnesty Int’l , Global Rights, RULAAC canvass full implementation of Police Act Despite #EndSARS protests against police brutality nationwide in 2020, Nigeria recorded 164...

NDPR: Can Commercial Banks Release the Personal Data of Defaulters of PTA/BTA Guidelines on...

Recently, the Central Bank of Nigeria (“CBN”) issued a directive to commercial banks that they publish the personal information of customers that breaches the...

Any Floodgate of Senior Advocates of Nigeria? I Don’t Think So (Part 1)

By Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN, OFR, FCIArb, LL.M, Ph.D, LL.D Introduction Some years ago, some young Lawyers, led by a very elderly senior member of the...

The Court of Appeal Settles the Debate on Whether Data Protection is Now Subsumed...

By Olumide Babalola In my article titled “privacy versus data protection debate in Nigeria: the two schools of thought” published by most law blogs in...

Can the CJN’s War End Conflicting Court Orders?

This article by Ahuraka Yusuf Isah discusses the issue of courts of coordinate jurisdiction giving conflicting orders on the same cases with the same...

Malami and The ‘Emergency Rule’ in Anambra

The Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, SAN, last week threatened that the Federal Government may proclaim a state...