On the 6th of November 1985,the Supreme court of Colombia was preparing to deliver the opinion of the Court in regard to the constitutionality of the Extradition Treaty between Colombia and the United States. Continue reading Courtroom mail History:Remembering the horrifying massacre of Supreme Court Judges 30 years ago
A Zimbabwean high court has dropped charges against the professional hunter, Theo Bronkhorst, Continue reading Court drops charges against Theo Bronkhorst, the Killer of Cecil
“Today we commit ourselves to the legal Profession. Today we revisit our vision” President,Uganda Law Society,Francis Gimara
The Uganda Law Society today began the activities marking its 60 years of Existence. Continue reading Uganda Law Society celebrates 60years- Idi Amin’s Time remembered
The 2016 AELEX annual lectures was held on yesterday at the Agip hall,Muson center,Lagos with a theme ” MAKING THE STATES WORK” Continue reading AELEX LECTURES: Donald Duke is an accident-Prof Odinkalu
Nigeria’s legal community has been thrown into mourning as Justice Ferdinand Ukattah passes on.He was the first Chief Judge of Abia State and indeed the longest serving Chief Judge in Nigeria’s history. Continue reading Justice Ferdinand Ukattah passes on as Nigeria mourns a great Chief Judge
Chief Justice of Nigeria (CJN), Justice Mahmud Mohammed, has given reasons the National Judicial Council (NJC), which he heads, suspended judges accused by the Department of State Services (DSS) of corruption and falsification of assets. Continue reading Nigeria’s Chief Justice accuses the Federal Government of forcing him to suspend Judges.
Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia of the Federal High Court is in fresh trouble for allegedly receiving N5m from a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, The PUNCH learnt on Monday. Continue reading EFCC seizes the International Passports of Senior Lawyers over Justice Ajumogobia and Others
Theresa May’s plans for triggering Brexit were plunged into chaos today by a sensational High Court judgment that she cannot bypass Parliament. Continue reading Breaking news- Court rules against Theresa May-Parliament must vote to trigger Article 50
The High Court is set to rule on whether Theresa May has the right to bypass Parliament when she triggers Britain’s exit from the European Union. Continue reading High court to rule If Theresa May can bypass Parliament to trigger Brexit
A court in Germany has ruled that the parents of a 15-year-old girl cannot stop her having a sexual relationship with her 47-year-old uncle.
Continue reading 15year old girl can have sex with Uncle- Court rules