Our Society is based upon certain rules we have to obey and live by daily. One of these rules is that, in going about things we do, we must take care not to injure other people and their property. Thus the law imposes as duty upon us to act reasonable in certain defined situations. The failure to fulfil those duties to others is called “negligence”. This write-up is to help lawyers practise more successfully within the rules of professional conduct for Legal Practitioners 2007 (‘’RPC’’). Continue reading Sailing against the wind of Legal Malpractice-Tochukwu Chukwumerije
Ife was agog today as Lawyers from allover the country arrived Ife today to felicitate with Egbe amofin,a group of Yoruba lawyers holding their meeting in the ancient town. Continue reading More than a 100 bar leaders arrive Ife with Paul Usoro SAN
The sponsor of Justice Ayo Phillips Courtroom Mail for Young Lawyers-Justice Ayotunde Philips rtd has urged the young lawyers who won the 2018 competition to continue to be diligent in the practice of Law. Continue reading Just in- Winners of Justice Ayo Phillips Competition receive Prize
Let me express my humble and profound gratitude to you all for inviting me to deliver this riveting paper on a choice topic such as this. Law is a dynamic discipline that requires continuous education as new vistas and developing areas of the legal profession keep emerging by the day. This topics is critical because the crux of law itself has gone beyond just litigation and young lawyers are at advantage, using technological tools and developing platforms across the globe with wider reach for professionals relevance. Continue reading EVANS UFELI speaks to young Lawyers in Lagos
Paul Usoro SAN was a guest of Muslim Lawyers Association today at the Magistrate Court complex Ikeja,where matters relating to the profession were on the table for discussion.
Present at the meeting were Alhaji Tajudeen(Life Bencher)and Alhaji Hussaini Garun Gabas SAN(A.G Jigawa) among others. Continue reading Photos- Paul Usoro SAN was a guest of Muslim Lawyers
Multilingual ‘law-bots’ that can provide lightning-quick advice with greater accuracy than its human counterparts means the cost of engaging a lawyer will get cheaper.
Artificial intelligence (AI) which can automate manual tasks traditionally completed by lawyers, will free up thousands of hours every year. Continue reading Rise of the ‘law-bots’: NZ firm developing AI for legal services