Wednesday, August 22, 2018

How Electoral Act 2015 legalised card reader

In December last year, the Supreme Court upheld all the disputed governorship elections conducted by the Independent National Electoral Commission on April 11, 2015...

‘International commercial arbitration is now the trend worldwide’

Bar leaders at the African Regional Forum of the just concluded International Bar Association (IBA) conference in Vienna, Austria, called on African lawyers to...

Mockery of justice

IN COURT, lawyers hold sway. They do all the talking, while the rest of us watch them in action. But takes individual style to...

‘Nigerian legal practice needs reinvention’

World Trade Organisation (WTO) gave the responsibility of developing its international rules and policy to the International Bar Association (IBA). The body handling this...

Long, bumpy road to justice

Senate President Bukola Saraki tried but failed to stop his appearance at the Code of Conduct Tribunal (CCT) on Tuesday. His case is unlike...

How powerful is Code of Conduct Tribunal?

Indeed, these are interesting times. Recent events in our country including public declaration of assets by the President and Vice-President and the controversy surrounding...

THE CODE OF CONDUCT BUREAU AND THEIR EXERCISE OF FUTILITY

Before I begin the drive of this article, a summary of the events that transpired between the Code of Conduct Bureau and the Senate...

Senate, Efcc and rule of law

The invitation extended to Mallam Ibrahim Lamorde the Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) Chair by the Senate committee on ethics, privileges and public petitions...

Breach of rules can only render a proceeding irregular, not a...

This is an appeal against the judgment of the High Court of Delta State sitting at Sapele delivered by Hon. Justice E.N. Emudiainohwo wherein...

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