Carol Ajie’s bogeyman motion has collapsed even before National Executive Committee (NEC) Meeting of the NBA slated for the 6th of December In Abuja. That is bad news for her and some disgruntled persons working with her. Carol is indeed a great woman who is channelling her energy in the wrong direction. Continue reading Carol Ajie’s motion runs into a ditch as NEC members dissociate from her
Boxing promoter Frank Warren has failed to persuade the High Court to order a detailed assessment of around £922,000 in costs rendered by his former solicitors. Continue reading Boxing guru loses £922k costs fight with former lawyers
Carol Ajie has been very unsettled and aggressive since the President of the Nigerian Bar Association offered her a nomination (NBA nomination quota) into the board of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)instead of the IBA Council NBA rep which she desired. Continue reading Carol Ajie’s narratives are not consistent with her purported ideals
It was Frank D. Roosevelt who once said that “self-interest is the enemy of true affection.” Granted that in politics, the popular view is that interest is the only thing that is permanent and there is always an element of self-interest lurking beneath the surface of every supposedly altruistic action, however, such personal agenda should not be advanced to the detriment of others. Continue reading Carol Ajie should be in jail pursuant to the Cybercrime Act-This is why
A front bencher in the Nigeria parliament of the first republic and the Chairman of the judiciary committee of the Senate in the second republic; represented, Aguinyi Senatorial District of Anambra State.
A seasoned lawyer and a lionhearted legislator who remarkably, during his days in the senate, played a vital role in the successful negotiation of amnesty for Late Dim Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu (Eze Igbo Gburugburu). Continue reading Senator Nathaniel Nwadike Anah -THE SAGE GOES HOME! A tribute by Oguegbu, Ostende Udoka
Lawyers across Nigeria are expressing their discontent over the death of a magistrate R.C Ogu in orlu,Imo State.
The Nigerian Bar Association,Imo State will be organising a protest and court protest over the incident.
A press release by the Publicity Secretary,Chkwurah Onuorah received by Courtroom Mail states as follows: Continue reading Lawyers in Owerri mobilise to boycott court over the assassination of a Magistrate
The Nigerian Bar Association Orlu has resolved to boycott courts and stage a protests over the incessant criminal activities around the courts in the judicial division which reached its climax with the assassination of a Magistrate His Worship, R. C. Ogu.
The branch released the following information made available to Courtroom Mail and signed by the publicity Secretary N.D Okafor Continue reading Nigerian Bar Association Orlu resolves to boycott court over death of Magistrate
The Philippine government has been been accused by an Asia-Pacific professional body of breaching human rights over the murder of lawyers and jurists. A statement from LAWASIA president Christopher Leong issued last Friday expressed ‘deep concern over the continuous violence and threats of violence faced by legal professionals in the Philippines over the last two years’. Continue reading Protest over spate of lawyer killings in Philippines
73 Lawyers have been sworn in as magistrates in Taraba State,North East Nigeria.In a press release by Taraba Lawyers commended the Chief Judge for the appointment which is considered overdue owing to the fact that courts in Taraba are understaffed.
The Press release is as follows Continue reading Seventy three Lawyers sworn in as Magistrates in Taraba
Citizens Rally against Oppression has written to the five branches of the Nigerian Bar Association in Lagos to resist the proposed High Court Civil Procedure rules on the grounds that it is obnoxious and will manifest hardship on litigants.
The letter dated 21st of November signed by Adesina Ogunlana Esq and Ayo Ademiluyi Esq is published below Continue reading Citizens Rally against Oppression writes Bar Associations over new Civil Procedures rules