While most law students sleep away their summers, wannabe lawyer Kim Kardashian has shown no signs of slowing down.
Dramatic scenes played outside the Kibera Law Courts on Thursday morning after six suspects scheduled to appear in court blacked out from an alleged alcohol intoxication.
ABA President Bob Carlson’s final speech to the House of Delegates on Monday followed a video featuring lawyers who have faced addiction, depression and other stigmatized health issues.
Carlson credited Bree Buchanan, the chair of the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs, and her colleagues as “helpers” who are working to promote lawyer well-being through the new video and other efforts. He added that all of the delegates—who were assembled at the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco—are indebted to the helpers they encounter in their own lives.
Barristers should take an hour for lunch and ignore emails before 8am and after 6pm, according to well-being guidance issued by the Central Family Court.
(By Sylvester Udemezue)
Happy Sallah celebrations to all our Muslim brethren.
It is well with you all. May you all, individually and collectively, live long on earth to witness many more happy Eid-el-Adha Sallah celebrations. Amen.
The senator representing Delta North, Peter Nwaoboshi, on Wednesday, filed a suit asking the Federal High Court Abuja to vacate its earlier interim forfeiture order on his assets granted to the federal government.
Three people have been sentenced to death in Malawi for the murder and mutilation of a person with albinism, a court official confirmed on Wednesday, a sanction the judge said would serve as a strong deterrent.
President Muhammadu Buhari has signed into law the billing changing the name of the Nigeria Prisons Service (NPS) to Nigerian Correctional Service (NCS).
Four women who have accused Danny Masterson of raping them filed a lawsuit Wednesday in Los Angeles Superior Court against the actor; the Church of Scientology, to which he belongs; and the church’s controversial leader, David Miscavige.
By: Hameed Ajibola Jimoh Esq.
According to the information on the website of the National Human Rights Commission of Nigeria-herein after referred to as the Commission-, the Commission was established by the National Human Rights Commission Rights 1995 (as amended) in line with Resolution 48/134 of the United Nations General Assembly which enjoins all member states to establish independent National Institutions for the promotion, protection and enforcement of human rights.
The Commission serves as an extra-judicial mechanism for the respect and enjoyment of human rights. It also provides avenues for public enlightenment, research, and dialogue in order to raise awareness on Human Rights issues.