Nigerian Lawyers may close shops as Law Practice sits on the brink

Life has become so convenient that one can open a bank account on a facebook page. You can wake up at 1am and book a hotel room in Budapest, book and pay for a flight to Caracas, apply for university admission in England and even renew your cable TV subscription in Nigeria while you are in Sydney.

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How a Judge became a cell mate to a Prisoner he sentenced

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The judge knew that Sgt. Joseph Serna had been through a lot.

The former Special Forces soldier did four combat tours in Afghanistan over a nearly two-decades-long career with the U.S. Army. Through those years, the Fayetteville Observer reported, Serna was almost killed three times: once, by a roadside bomb, then again by a suicide bomber. Continue reading How a Judge became a cell mate to a Prisoner he sentenced

Are Nigerian Lawyers becoming endangered species in the line of duty? That event of 21st April

The Legal community in Nigeria trembled as the video of a Judge ordering the arrest of a lawyer in the open court for performing his duties went viral on the 21st  of April 2016. For the first time, Lawyers are uniting on one side since the trial of the Senate President began. In recent years there has been an increase in the way Nigerian Judges address

The Court ordered the arrest of Prince Oluyede in the Open Court while he was conducting his case.
The Court ordered the arrest of Prince Oluyede in the Open Court while he was conducting his case.

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