Wednesday, August 22, 2018

The Resulting Health Risks In Resorting To Self-Medication: The Core Necessity...

In Nigeria today, so many lives have been sacrificed all as a result of those victims resorting to self-medication and because some of the...

Fair dealing in the use of copyright material

With the proliferation of online news portals and blogs, and recent matters that I have been privy to, it seems appropriate to revisit the...

Decongestion Of Nigerian Prisons In The Administraton Of Criminal Justice Sytem...

In Nigerian administration of criminal justice system, the prisons services play a major role as inmates are kept in prisons upon an order of...

Building A 21st Century Law Firm By Daniel Bulusson

A law firm is “an association of lawyers who practice law together, usually sharing clients and profits, in a business traditionally organized as a...

Essential guide for property investors

When it comes to property investment, there are a few things that are essential for new investors or home buyers to understand before they...

Justice Abang raped democracy – Appeal Court

The dust is yet to settle over his controversial ruling on the PDP National convention. In fact he now has several such rulings and...

Is debtors’ list publication legal?

The Central Bank of Nigeria is empowered by the various provisions of the CBN Act to regulate and supervise the activities of commercial banks...

For Economic Restructuring By Femi Falana

The demand for fiscal federalism is to enable the federating units to control their resources with a view to funding social services and infrastructural...

Substituting May 29 With June 12 As Public Holiday Is Illegal.

By AIKHUNEGBE ANTHONY MALIK, ESQ In addition to granting posthumous awards on the late Chief MKO Abiola and Chief Gani Fewehinmi respectively, HE, Mr. President...

A Rejoinder To Faruq Abbas’ Stay Of Proceedings Pending Arbitration: A...

The proper place to start this rather belated rejoinder is an admission of the fact that, it superficially appears to have come late, in...

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