Miracle-Akusobi

Admissibility of Photocopies of CTC of Public Documents – Miracle Akusobi

A Certified True Copy is a copy (often a photocopy) of a public document that has on it an endorsement or certificate that it...
Evans-ufeli

Defamation Under the Nigerian Law: The Rumbling Call to Criminalize Hate -Speech

There are two types of defamation, namely libel and slander. Libel is defamation in a permanent form, the most common being written or printed...

The Wig and Gown has Become an Object of Unprofessional Displays – Bolaji Ramos

“If the laws could speak for themselves, they would complain of the lawyers in the first place.” --Edward Wood (Lord Halifax) The Kinds of unprofessional and...

Admissibility of Public Documents in Nigeria – State of the Law

 Introduction Evidence remains the cornerstone of litigation. It is the foundation of justice and the bedrock upon which cases fail or succeed in court. This...
Bolaji-Ramos

And What is Wrong in Using the Title ‘Barrister’? (An Answer To Sylvester Udemezue)...

When I read that the court in NBA v. OFOMATA (2017) 5 NWLR (Pt. 1557) 128 at 133 ruled that it was improper (and...

Can the Fundamental Rights of a Deceased be Enforced in Nigeria? – Balogun Sofiyullahi

“Now, it is a juristic truism that courts exist for the purpose of dispensing justice to all manner of persons. Thus, litigants who beseech...
NOUN

The Noun (Amendment) Act, 2018: Udemezue Explains Why Noun Law Graduates may still not...

A breaking news on December 07, 2018, had it that President Buhari of Nigeria had approved NYSC, Law School for graduates of the National...

New DG Nigerian Law School Rekindles Hope on the Future of the Legal Profession...

“The Council of Legal Education, the Nigerian Bar Association and the entire legal profession have only paid lip service for many years on the...

The Class Action that Finally Buried Bankers’ Order Debacle in Nigeria – Olumide...

When in 2017, some of my clients’ bank accounts were severally frozen by their banks, via bankers’ orders obtained by the Nigerian Police from...

Has the Recent Supreme Court Decision in Dauda V. FRN Changed the System of...

The decision of the Supreme Court of Nigeria in the recent case of DAUDU v. FRN (2018) 10 NWLR (Pt.1626) 169, 183 E -F...