It is without any contest that the International Criminal Tribunal has the authority to hold any person individually responsible for his/her involvement in the commission of international crimes such as genocide, crimes against humanity, and war crimes
I cannot downplay the crucial role and great benefit Mentors play in the professional life and upbringing of young lawyers. I cannot speak for other profession but in the Law profession Mentorship is an all important topic, an issue every young lawyer should and must be interested in
President of the Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev Dr Samson Olasupo Ayokunle, has argued for an immediate need to consider restructuring Nigeria
The Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ikeja branch, Adesina Ogunlana, condemning President Muhammadu Buhari’s silence and indecisive action on herdsmen killing, posited that the President inaction is a valid point for him to be impeached.
Have you stopped to think amidst the new year resolutions that not all things should be new but what exists should be converted for a new or continuous purpose? This is the core of recycling.
The two year term of Abubakar Balarabe Mahmoud-led national leadership of the Nigerian Bar Association ends this August. Ahead of the handover ceremonies, lawyers who meet the minimum requirements will vote to elect a new leadership for the association. Already, at least four individuals have expressed interest in succeeding Mr. Mahmoud.
The year 2017 was a very eventful year for the NBA. It recorded land mark developments and orchestrated setbacks. In the outgone year, the NBA in the course of delivering it’s agenda of “ A Brave New Bar” encapsulated in the “3R’s and P” delivered on the following promises
Dr Mobolaji Ojibara: Let Us Re-Dedicate Ourselves To The Tenets, The Virtues And The Foundation Upon Which Law Is Built
As 2017 winds up and we are ushered into 2018, let us be reminded, as a community of distinguished learned fellows, that the world is watching, as the society looks up to us for leadership, for direction, for guidance.
There is always that appointed time when rules should be challenged. In the event that the rules birth injustice, then the best way to militate against such extant legislation is by civil disobedience. If there is one scribble worth penning, it remains the applauding activism of a moslem – Amasa Firdaus. It is no longer news that Firdaus, a law graduate from the University of Ilorin, was denied entry into the International Conference Centre situate at Abuja on the 13th day of December.