Welcome to Lawyard opinions

You can read articles and opinion pieces of celebrated Nigerian Legal professionals, Law students, Lawyers, and members of the public here.

‘Lawyers Should Champion Business Law Reforms’ – Dr. Myma Belo-Osagie

Dr. Myma Belo-Osagie is a commercial law practitioner. A Council member of the Nigerian Bar Association Section Busines Law (NBA-SBL), she is a Senior Partner at Udo-Udoma & Belo-Osagie, where she heads the telecommunications and oil and gas teams. In this interview with The Nation’s Legal Editor John Austin Unachukwu, she speaks on economic challenges and national issues.

read more

Full Text of NJC’s Press Release After Its 82nd Meeting

The National Judicial Council, under the Chairmanship of Hon. Justice Walter. S. N. Onnoghen, GCON, at its 82nd Meeting which was held on 31st May and 1st June, 2017, considered the case of eight Judicial Officers who were directed to recuse themselves from duties on the request of the Attorney-General of the Federation pending the outcome of investigations against them.

read more

Save NBA From Destruction, NBA Lagos Chair Says

On March 30, 2017 the Federal High Court, Abuja Division coram Tsoho J. declared the 2010 and 2015 constitutions of the Nigerian Bar Association NULL and VOID. The court further declared all actions taken under those constitutions null and void and restrained the association and all its members from further conducting its affairs by these voided constitutions.

read more

A Nation`s Journey To True Greatness: What Nigerians Must Copy From The Americans By Sylvester Udemezue

As part of solutions to problems said to be facing Nigeria as a country, and in order to move the country to greater heights, some pundits have put forward the idea of restructuring the country`s system and structure of governance along the path of what obtains in the United States of America. One area said to be in urgent need of this reform is structure of Nigeria`s federal legislature, known as the National Assembly.

read more

Give Petroleum Industry Governance Bill accelerated consideration, NEITI tells Reps

The Nigeria Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative, NEITI, has called on the House of Representatives to give the Petroleum Industry Governance Bill, PIGB, an accelerated consideration. In a statement made available to Journalists on Friday, signed by Ogbonnaya Orji, its director of communications, NEITI urged the House of Representatives to consider the bill on its merit in the overriding public interest.

read more

Search For Legislations here

Advertise

For Adverts Please mail Contact@lawyard.ng For Articles/Opinion/Ad spaces/Partnerships Kindly send a mail to Contact@lawyard.ng

Twitter

Lawyer Of The Week

Mr Jiti Ogunye is our Lawyer of the week

Sign up for Our Newsletter

Get premium quality information about legal happenings across Nigeria
* = required field