Time, language and clarity are three key features that great lawyers around the world pay a lot of attention to and we must do the same
A witness generally is someone who has, who claims to have, or is thought, by someone with authority to compel testimony, to have knowledge relevant to an event or other matter of interest. In Law a witness is someone called upon to testify for or against any party to a suit.
I have this hypothesis not yet proven by any academic or scientific research but has been a widely-believed statement: LAWYERS ARE THE BIGGEST FLIRTS
Language is the greatest tool of a lawyer and speech is one mode of expression of language mastery but silence can also be an important tool, Okezi explains
Lagos-based lawyer, Okezi Uwede-Meshack writes about the intrigues of getting accommodation in Lagos, moving houses and making tough decisions. He also shares a bit about his trip to Ghana.
Okezi Uwede-Meshack writes about his weekly experiences as a Lawyer based in Lagos and this week points out a few things about finding rhythm amidst chaos
Okezi Uwede-Meshack writes about the famous Lagos nightlife and among many other stories, he tells us how a decision to buy a beautiful shirt in traffic turned out
What interests me the most is that all the abstract Ibadan ideas come to life in every Lagos experience. The fashion statement, the fun turf, the fights and struggles, but all with definite deliberations
I recall asking one of my seniors, Toni Numa (Sifer), for advice on how to conquer NLS seeing as he had finished with a great result. I was expecting to get detailed advice but his exact words were “find your rhythm and just flow with it”. I kept on wondering about why he would give me such vague advice but looking back now it was one of the best advices that anyone gave me.