Category Archives: Interviews

Judiciary frustrating automated court recording – Ernest Ojukwu

Prof Ernest Ojukwu

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu (SAN) is former Deputy Director-General  of the Nigerian Law School & Head Augustine Nnamani Campus Enugu, and Pioneer Chairman/Founder NBA Eastern Bar Forum 2004-2011. The legal luminary bared his mind on how the Nigerian Bar Association could help raise the standards in the nation’s justice administration. He also offered fascinating insights into how trial delays could be dealt with through the automated court recording project.  AMEH EJEKWONYILO reports. Continue reading Judiciary frustrating automated court recording – Ernest Ojukwu

No ulterior motive over Onoghen’s acting as CJN – Adesokan, SAN

A Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Wale Adesokan is one of the reverred lawyers in Nigeria today. He has been in active legal practice since he was called to the Nigeria Bar 30 years ago. In this interview he spoke on the acting capacity of the present Chief Justice of Nigeria as well as little efforts of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA to address alleged corruption in the judiciary among others.  Excerpts.. Adesokan Continue reading No ulterior motive over Onoghen’s acting as CJN – Adesokan, SAN

7 years after a historic motion, Tunji Gomez speaks on his controversial Body of Benchers title.

Anthony Atata,Publisher,Courtroom mail with Tunji Gomez
Anthony Atata,Publisher,Courtroom mail with Tunji Gomez

Tunji Gomez is Nigeria’s oldest Practicing Lawyer in Nigeria. He has been in the fore front of the agitation to Abolish the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria through the association he founded,Movement for the abolition of the rank of senior Advocate and other Judicial reforms(MARSAN). Courtroom mail paid him a visit in his Lagos office and he granted us this interview conducted by Anthony Atata, the founding editor of courtroom mail who has been documenting the activities of the abolition movement since 2009. Continue reading 7 years after a historic motion, Tunji Gomez speaks on his controversial Body of Benchers title.