Nigerian Weekly Law Report(NWLR) is giving a special discount offer on the occasion of its 35 years anniversary, till 31st day of October, 2020.

This is contained in notice made available to TheNigeriaLawyer, which states that 30% discount is on NWLRONLINE subscription, 15% discount on the print version of NWLR and 30% discount on some stipulated reports amongst others.

The notice reads:


From 1st to 31st October, 2020,

Get 30% discount on your subscription to NWLRONLINE

15% discount on the print version of NWLR part 1 to date and Comprehensive Indexes to NWLR 1985 – 2019.

30% discount on the Digest of Supreme Court Cases, Nigerian Constitutional Law Reports, Supreme Court of Nigeria Law Reports & other NLP titles.

In addition to the discount on other titles, any customer who buys:

• A set of the Digest of the Supreme Court Cases will get 1 set of Gani
@ 70 free

• A set of Nigerian Constitutional Law Reports gets a copy of High Court
of Nigeria Law Reports free

• A set of Supreme Court of Nigeria Law Reports gets a copy of Uwais
Through the Supreme Court Cases and a copy of Special Index for Supreme Court Reports free

• A copy each of Nigerian Law of Libel and the Press and Nigerian Law of
the Press under the Constitution and the Criminal Law gets a copy each of Criminal Law Reports Vol. 2 and Commercial Law Reports Vol. 2

• NWLR Reprints of parts 1-67 gets Quick Reference Index to NWLR Parts 1-67 free.

Clearance sales of some selected titles at 40% discount

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