Paul Usoro, SAN is the Senior Partner and founder of Paul Usoro & Co (PUC), a top commercial law firm headquartered in Lagos with offices in Abuja and Uyo. He heads the Advocacy and Dispute Resolution Practice Group and the Communications Section of the Firm.
Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Election Should Not Be Manipulable Or In Flagrant Breach Of Law By Saidu Abubakar
My decision to write this open letter to the Electoral Committee (ECNBA) was prompted by a worrisome much publicized Notice from ECNBA directing all lawyers to furnish to their branch with copies of their current Annual Practicing Fee and Branch dues tellers/receipts, email account and phone numbers. Branches are mandatorily required to do this on or before May 11, 2018 (the extended date).
The NBA President described the new Supreme Court email system as a bold but delayed initiative while hinting at efforts to build online training platforms for continuing legal education
The list of EBF adopted candidates for the NBA 2018 Elections is a list of people who are sentimentally, clanish and ehtnic candidate that must be voted against by all means. This list represent chaos and disrespect for the choice of lawyers to freely elect those they feel should lead them.
Work Place Related Injuries and Accidents: Notes on the Employees Compensation Act 2010 by Oludolapo Makinde
Various countries, including Nigeria, have put in place laws to provide for compensation of work place related injuries and loss of life in the course of employment
It will become mandatory for judges and staff of Nigerian courts to communicate court documents with lawyers by electronic mail from July 16, the Chief Justice of Nigeria, Walter Onnoghen, has announced.
News has been making the rounds that the Eastern Bar Forum (EBF) will meet in Port Harcourt this Saturday, to, among other things, “adopt its candidates for the election and thereafter sponsor them for the election”.
Duty of Directors to Promote Success of the Company and Enhancing Stakeholder Value Through CSR by Olufunke Olumide
The duty of directors to promote the success of the company is with regard to the interests of the customers, suppliers, employees and the community
A retired D.P.P. of the old East Central State of Nigeria once told me about 28 years ago when I was undergoing tutelage, that he felt sorry for the Legal profession and Administration of Justice in Nigeria
Few years ago, the Nigerian Law School
restructured its curriculum to accommodate the present realities of Law practice. The courses were restructured and a bit of digitalised learning were introduced.