Law

Some Remedies to Judicial Corruption in Nigeria

Some Remedies to Judicial Corruption in Nigeria

By Dr Charles Omole In a previous article, I revealed some of the ways judges and court staff are induced by litigants to “buy” verdicts. Judicial corruption is a global phenomenon, although its worst manifestations are in developing countries. By 2015, Transparency International (TI) found that 28% of citizens across…
Insight Into Judicial Corruption in Nigeria

Insight Into Judicial Corruption in Nigeria

By Dr Charles Omole Issues surrounding corruption in the Judiciary in Nigeria has been a matter of concern for many for a long time & I will like to shed some light on what is going on. As a Judge, I have many friends in the Nigerian Judiciary at all…
The Travails of a Muslim Hijabi Nigerian Lawyer

The Travails of a Muslim Hijabi Nigerian Lawyer

By Lateefah Sodique Oluwaakemi I Compromised… So as a law student, I was very excited to make impact. To enshrine the principles of law and order, to uphold justice and fairness. All remarkable prescriptions of our noble profession. My Able University however, provided me with a formidable platform. From the strong…
On Mob Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

On Mob Lynching, Jungle Justice and the Law

By Festus Ogun Nigeria is a country blessed with virtually ‘everything’ needed for the upkeep of a fine and sane society – both human and natural resources. Equally, Nigeria is blessed with good laws too. We have multifarious statutes which cater for needs in human endeavours. But, even with all…
Law and Engineering Valuation

Law and Engineering Valuation

By Misbau A. Lateef Although each belongs to different branch of knowledge, one, Law, and the other, applied science, the relationship between law and engineering is age-long. It is engineering technology as an applied science that is used to design and produce products that improve the quality of human life.…