Relationship Between Heads of Court and Other Judges and Staff – Justice Pascal...

OPENING: I will start firstly by thanking the Almighty and merciful God who gave us life and good health to be present at this...

Trial Within Trial: Regulation by Means of Practice Direction – By Kemasuode Wodu

The Current Position The current and trite position of the law as enunciated in a long line of decided cases is that whenever a...

Recovery of Costs of Legal Representation in Lagos State High Court : A Review...

The decision of the Court of Appeal (CA) in Chris Baywood Ibe & Anor v. Bonum Nigeria Limited on 6th February, 2019 has again brought to...

Senate Judicial Nominee Confirmation Hearing and the Urgent Need for Reform in the Judicial...

“When the CJN tanks so expansively on the most elementary of legal questions and yet gets confirmed for the most important job in the...

Election Petitions Should Be Handled By Retired Judges – Falana

Human Rights Lawyer, Femi Falana, has called for an amendment of the Constitution in order to allow retired judges to handle election petitions as...

Relevance of Separation of Powers and Its Application to Nigeria (2) – Afe Babalola

IT is unfortunate that since Nigeria’s independence in 1960, the state has been wallowing in the abyss of misrule and has been struggling tenaciously...

Non-Compete Clauses- Those Who Have More Will Lose Them! – Elvis Asia

Introduction There is the tendency by employers to insert wide and ‘comprehensive’ non-compete clauses in employment contracts in Nigeria in an attempt to “catch” the...

Legal Options to End Perennial Herders, Farmers’ Conflicts – Edoba Omoregie

Clashes between herders and farmers have assumed a frightening dimension with national security implications. Hundreds of people have lost their lives due to these clashes....

Effect of Limitation Law on Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Nigeria- A Review of...

Effect Of Limitation Law On Enforcement Of Arbitral Awards In Nigeria- City Eng. (Nig) Ltd V. Federal Housing Authority Was Decided Per Incuriam -...

Supreme Court and the Slow Grinding Wheel of Justice – Oladipo Okubanjo

The media in recent times have been awash with reports of proceedings emanating from the legal battle between a Nigerian business man who is...