L-R Titilayo Osagie(Seven time winner of Lawyers Table Tennis Open, Mrs Mfon Usoro and Tunji Abdulhameed
Mr Mobolaji Ojibara,the former Chairman of Nigerian Bar Association,Ilorin branch will on Saturday 21st of October at the grand Finale of Lawyers Table Tennis Open(Mfon Usoro cup) join other Lawyers to compete for the gold trophy. The Preliminaries for the 2017 Lawyers Table Tennis Open(Mfon Usoro cup) will begin on Saturday 14th of October and end with a grand Finale on Saturday 21st of October .
L-R, Kabir Adeleke(2016 Champion,Lawyers Table Tennis Open(Mfon Usoro cup,Anthony Atata,Titilayo Osagie(Female champ,)Munirudeen Liade.
Lawyers from across the country cutting across,Ibadan,Lagos,Ilorin, Calabar, Portharcourt etc will be participating in the event .About 52 Lawyers have indicated interest to participate in the event which is in its 9th year.
This year’s event is expected to be well attended .
Jake Epelle- CEO of Albino Foundation
The CEO of Albino Foundation was at the conference of the International Bar Association to promote the protection of rights of Albinos in Nigeria.
Continue reading IBA: AB Mahmoud, OCJ Okocha, Paul Usoro and others stand with persons with Albinism
HUMAN rights lawyer, Femi Falana, SAN, has accused senior lawyers of “knowing all corrupt judges and court officials,” insisting that, “the information is freely circulated among lawyers. Members of the public also know judges who collect money from them
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As the Law week of the Nigerian Bar Association,Ibadan Branch begins today,a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Mr Paul Usoro has sent a good will message to the members of the branch extolling the theme of the conference which he said resonates with the global core values of the Legal profession.
Continue reading Paul Usoro SAN felicitates with NBA Ibadan on law week-Extols theme
The law week of the Nigerian Bar Association, Ibadan Branch begins today with an opening ceremony Chaired by the Governor of Ondo State, Rotimi Akeredolu SAN. The Special Guest of Honour is the Governor of Oyo State and the Keynote Speaker is Professor Ademola O. Popoola of Faculty of Law, Obafemi Awolowo University.
Continue reading NBA Ibadan begins law week today-Rotimi Akeredolu SAN Chairs opening ceremony
Barely three weeks to the commencement of the enforcement of the open grazing prohibition law in Benue State, Governor Samuel Ortom has inaugurated a special task force to effectively implement the law. Performing the inauguration yesterday in Makurdi,
Continue reading Gov Ortom sets up task force on grazing prohibition law
Some women in Maiduguri have called on the Federal Government to commit the Boko Haram suspects to public hearing as against the ongoing private trial. A cross section of the women made the call while reacting to the trial of the suspects, on Monday
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The beautiful city of Sydney(GMT=11) is agog with lawyers from all over the world for the 2017 annual conference of the International Bar Association(IBA)
Nigerians were not left out.Below are the pictures of some Nigerian Lawyes who were present at the conference on day 1.More pictures will be posted by courtroom mail .
Continue reading IBA- Pictures of Nigerian delegates emerge from Sydney
Justice Oke- Lagos Chief Judge
The legal year service which officially marks the beginning of the Legal year in Lagos took place today at the Anglican church in CMS Marina presided over by Revd Dr Ephraim Ademowo who told lawyers that he has been involved with the legal year mass for 17 years and Governor Ambode is the first Governor to attend in 17 years.
Continue reading Judiciary staff to take oath of allegiance and commitment to work- Lagos CJ
Paul Usoro (SAN)
Paul Usoro(SAN) was a speaker at the NCC Board & Management Retreat on Friday in Abuja speaking on the theme “NCC and the Law – Echoes from the Nigerian Communications Act.
Continue reading Paul Usoro speaks on the Nigerian Communications Act 2003-Highlights the gains