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Whats wrong with the courts?

By Awa Kalu, SAN It is now trite that there are three arms of government recognized by our constitution – The Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, 1999. While most people love to add the epithet “as amended”, I would like to limit my reference to that much-vilified document as “the constitution”. The Constitution
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ICIArb admits 4 SANs, new fellows

Four Senior Advocates of Nigeria, SAN, Andrew Chukwuemerie, Prof Offornze Amucheazi, Dr. Adewale Olawoyin, Ayodele Akintunde were among those who were inducted last week as Fellows of the Institute of Construction Industry Arbitrators (ICIArb). Other legal practitioners admitted as fellow were Mrs. Roseline Nwosu, Mrs. Yinka Kolade, Dr. Ifeoma Nwafor, Mr. Uchenna Orakwue, Mr. Kembi
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Legal, human rights argument against Social Media Bill

By Osai Ojigho The International Telecommunications Union, ITU, the UN specialised agency for ICTs, estimates that as at the end of 2019, 53.6 percent (4.1 billion people) of the world are using the Internet. (https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/Statistics/Pages/stat/default.aspx).This shows how digitally connected the world is now more than ever. It also shows how extensive the reach of the
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TNP acquires Adebiyi Tax & Legal

The New Practice, TNP, a Lagos -based firm,  has announced the acquisition of Adebiyi Tax & Legal (ATL), Nigeria’s foremost tax litigation practice, with effect from March 1, 2020. In addition to its impressive track record of resolving tax disputes on behalf of its numerous clients, which include multinationals and local blue-chips, ATL has obtained
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Group urges FG to sign 2018 electoral act into law

By Henry Ojelu Human Rights Law Service, HURILAWS, and its partner, OneVoice Coalition, have called on President Muhammadu Buhari to sign into law the 2018 Electoral Act (Amendment Bill), to address some of the challenges identified with the election petitions process. The human rights advocacy groups also urged the Independent Electoral National Electoral Commission, INEC,
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