The recently sold out practice book known as Human Rights Litigation in Nigeria: Law, Practice & Procedure With Forms & Precedents by Frank Agbedo has now been reprinted and available for sale at different designated sale centres.
Some of the locations in Lagoas where copies of the practice book can be found are: Moji at Court of Appeal premises, Lagos, Book stand inside Federal High Court Ikoyi, Lagos, Crown Law Chambers, 41, Pike Street Lagos Island.
Interested buyers can also call the following numbers for more details: 08033254471, 07064681843.
In Abuja, the book can be found at Alex bookshop, Federal High Court basement, Abuja Nigeria.
The book is printed in two different formats. There is the copy with the hard cover which costs N 8,000 as price for sale and the soft cover copy with N6,000 as cost price.
There are limited copies available, therefore interested buyers are adviced to order for copies as early as possible while the stock lasts.
The practice book is a book every practicing lawyer should have in his or her shelf, for it features many areas of importance such as the ABC of human rights litigation; content analysis of FREP Rules 2009 with current case law; Judicial attitude to enforcement of rights cases; Enforcement of the provisions of Chapter II of the 1999 in Nigerian Courts; public Interest Litigation under the new 2009 FREP Rules; Comprehensive Forms & Precedents, etc.
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