Breaking News: Tolulope Famoroti wins the 2020 Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for female Lawyers

Tolulope Famoroti, a young lawyer practicing in Ibadan has won the 2020 edition of Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for female Lawyers. She emerged from among the 98 female lawyers who began the competition.

Tolulope Famoroti- Winner 2020 Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for female Lawyers

Benedicta Oboh, based in Portharcourt and Mekunye Isioma Christabel, a lawyer based in Benin came second and third respectively.

Benedicta Oboh

One year subscription of law reports donated by the sponsor, Abimbola Akeredolu SAN will be given to each person as the prize. The first, Tolulope will receive an executive subscription.

Mekunye Isioma Christabel

The competition developed by Courtroom Mail is open to female Lawyers in Nigeria who are less than 7 years post-call. It is aimed at encouraging them, especially those in active law practice.

Abimbola Akeredolu Courtroom Mail Prize- Final question

  1. If a witness denies or does not recollect the execution of a document,its execution may not be proved in any other way since he is the maker.
    True or False?

2. If a husband discovers that at the time of the marriage,the wife was pregnant for another man,what is the appropriate decree to seek from court

A. A decree of nullity of voidable marriage
B. A decree of dissolution of Marriage
C. A decree of nullity of void marriage

Ten qualify for Final Stage of Abimbola Akeredolu Courtroom Mail Prize for Young Lawyers 2020

Ten young female lawyers have qualified for the Grand Finale of Abimbola Akeredolu Courtroom Mail Prize for Young Lawyers 2020. The Grand Finale will be by 8am on Saturday June 6th 2020; the first three contestants to post the correct answer(s) will emerge as the winners of the  Abimbola Akeredolu SAN Courtroom Mail Prize for Female Lawyers 2020.

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