Executive Order 5 and the Economy – Femi Falana SAN

The National Emergency Management Agency and the Rivers state government were busy last week evacuating not fewer than a hundred people who were trapped...

Patients Bill of Rights; Shielding the HMOs… Pressuring Service Providers – Kayode Adeniji

Nigerian citizens are excited about the launch of the Patients’ Bill of Rights, because it is a major breakthrough towards protecting the rights of...

Validity or Otherwise of Elevated Judge Continuing Case at Lower Court (I) – Mike...

It is no longer news that many judges who have been elevated to the Court of Appeal from the various High Courts and Federal...

Liberal Judicial Interpretation and Locus Standi: Establishing the Link to Justice in Human Right...

Law is life, but, the beauty of the law inevitably also resides in the court; with the judge. It was the eminent United States...

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...

Climate Change in Nigeria: The Ecosystem, the Laws and the Nigerian Future – Terinwa...

Shelter is essential for every living human (even the dead), it is one of those basic necessity needed by man to survive in his...

Lawyers Raise Concerns Over Delay In Supreme Court Cases

Prominent legal practitioners in the country have expressed deep concern over the unduly long delays in justice delivery at the Supreme Court, saying it...

Has Court of Appeal Decision Ended Obla Panel’s Many Cases?

The Court of Appeal in Abuja on Monday November 5, nullified the prosecutorial powers of the anti-graft panel headed by Special Adviser to the...

The President’s Certificate and the Presumption of Regularity – Rotimi Fawole

Omnia praesumuntur rite esse acta – “all things are presumed to have been done rightly.” This maxim is a fancy way of expressing the...

Need to Curb the Wasteful Practice of Affixing Multiple Seals on Court Processes –...

Over the years, the provision on stamp and seal had been part of the Rules of Professional Conduct for Legal Practitioners in Nigeria. Specifically,...