Thursday, July 19, 2018

Happy Birthday Chief Arthur Obi Okafor SAN !!!

He is a sharp-witted lawyer, dynamic leader, bold, outspoken, with a beautiful and big heart. ¨Years wrinkle the skin, but to give up enthusiasm wrinkles...

Day 4- Putting You First – Paul Usoro, SAN’s Reform Manifesto...

The regulatory framework underpinning the legal profession in Nigeria calls for the review, with the aim of raising the standard of the profession. I...

Legal Blitz, Fashola, To Hold 2018 Edition Of The Nigerian...

The convener and chief executive officer (CEO) of Legal Blitz Limited and publisher of ESQ Legal Practice Magazine, Lere Fashola, has launched the 2018...

“An Ordinary Person Can Arrest A Criminal Suspect Even Without A...

DAILY LAW TIPS by Onyekachi Umah,Esq. (Tip 143) “An Ordinary Person Can Arrest A Criminal Suspect Even Without A Warrant In Nigeria”. Just like Police...

NBA GS Aspirant, Chief Rafiu Oyeyemi Balogun Unveils His Innovations For...

My covenant with the erudite Members of the Bar. I shall consolidate and bring new innovations to the door step of our members within the...

Adegboruwa Charges Lawyers To Engage Joe Igbokwe Over Contemptuous Facebook Post...

Ebun-olu Adegboruwa, Esq has reacted to a comment posted by Mr. Joe Igbokwe on his Facebook' wall to the effect that the Governor of...

NBA Fmr. GS, Ibrahim Eddy Mark, Gives Account On The History...

Life Bencher and past General Secretary Of NBA Ibrahim Eddy Mark has thrown more light on how zoning and adoption of presidential candidates for...

NBC saved Ekiti from major violence – Falana

Lagos-based lawyer and human rights activist, Mr Femi Falana, SAN, said that the state would have been plunged into a deep crisis after...

Reflections – NBA Electoral Reforms Paul Usoro, SAN FCIArb “Non-Inclusive Bar”

If I had any doubts as to the need and urgency for NBA electoral reforms, those doubts have been completely erased by my recent...

Legal Profession And Her New Entrants By: Abdulrasheed Ibrahim, LL.M

Just last week, a little above 1500 lawyers were called to the Nigerian Bar and as such they now have full right of audience...

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