BRIEF WRITING

A Brief Writing Class held on Tuesday, 30th of January, 2018 by Bolaji Ogalu. Reported by Director of Research II, Amirah Rufai. It is important to note that “brief” and “memorial” do not mean the same thing. The primary difference between the two is that while a brief of argument is written with respect to … Continue reading BRIEF WRITING

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Member Of The Month – Ipinnuoluwa Ade-Ademilua

From getting late to his Moot Interview two years ago (and being penalized for it- he had to be part of the last set to be interviewed) to becoming the ‘Moot master’ (We see you Jessup 2017!) Time has proven, Ipinnuoluwa Ade-Ademilua is certainly a force to be reckoned with! His impeccable taste in music, … Continue reading Member Of The Month – Ipinnuoluwa Ade-Ademilua

Member Of The Month – Ilamosi Ekenimoh

‘Everybody in the society then, were these amazing, smart, talented individuals. I wanted to learn, I wanted a little bit of that to rub off’ -  Ilamosi Ekenimoh And it certainly did! You know those people who are effortlessly smart, beautiful and in everything they do, leave you spellbound and anticipating for more; from oratory … Continue reading Member Of The Month – Ilamosi Ekenimoh

The Vets – Phillips C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

The Phillips C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition, popularly known as Jessup is the world's oldest, largest and most prestigious international law moot court competition. The competition is a simulation of a fictional dispute between countries at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) Every year, over 600 participants from over 90 law schools across the … Continue reading The Vets – Phillips C Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition

Human Rights Based Approach To The Protection Of Internally Displaced Persons In North Eastern Nigeria – Igbinoba Osaro Osamuede

Displacement is a problem that is very rampant in the North-Eastern part of Nigeria due to Natural disasters, Civil wars, and particularly due to the severe attacks and terrorism by Boko Haram insurgents. These people are forced to leave places they have come to consider as their home to places that are not conducive and … Continue reading Human Rights Based Approach To The Protection Of Internally Displaced Persons In North Eastern Nigeria – Igbinoba Osaro Osamuede

Anticompetitive Practices And Its Effect On The Consumer – Oluboba Oluwaseyi

Competition is a major driver of performance and innovation. It benefits everyone by giving us access to choose from an array of various products at affordable prices. Competition encourages the adoption of innovation as companies evolve and new ideas flourish in the marketplace. Competition can generally be referred to as the activity or condition of … Continue reading Anticompetitive Practices And Its Effect On The Consumer – Oluboba Oluwaseyi

Practical Ways Of Enforcing Rights Contained In Chapter II Of The Constitution – Akindele Olabode

The provisions of Chapter II of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, an integral inclusion in the Nigerian Constitution geared towards ensuring the means of livelihood of a common Nigerian, is at par with its counterpart in the developed countries. These objectives as provided by the constitution of Nigeria have been referred to … Continue reading Practical Ways Of Enforcing Rights Contained In Chapter II Of The Constitution – Akindele Olabode

Right To Internet Access: The Need To Be Recognised By The African Union – Omoniyi Oluwapelumi Chisom

The right to internet access has been left fallow since the first kilobyte was sent from Africa. Today, Africa is one of the largest consumers of online content. With a large amount of “Netizens” residing physically and virtually, the right to internet access is slowly being birthed. This right takes into cognisance the need for … Continue reading Right To Internet Access: The Need To Be Recognised By The African Union – Omoniyi Oluwapelumi Chisom

Flag Of Convenience: A Mask Or A Machine? – Fikayo Oyewunmi

The aim of this paper is to analyse the various uses that the open registry system is being put to. The paper will seek to generally classify all uses under 2 headings. The first category deals with instances where the system is being used as a means for tax evasion and skirting of safety and … Continue reading Flag Of Convenience: A Mask Or A Machine? – Fikayo Oyewunmi

The Right To A Clean And Healthy Environment As A Tool For Seeking Redress For Damages Caused By Environmental Pollution In Nigeria, With Particular Reference To The Niger Delta Region: A Casestudy Of Jonah Gbemre vs. SPDC (2005) AHRLR 151 (NgHC 2005) – Mazeedah Abiodun Hassan (ACIArb)

The right to a healthy environment is a right which has not received much approval from different facets. Nigeria is a country blessed with crude oil or in some other parlance, ‘cursed’ with crude oil. The attitude of companies engaged in crude oil exploration, the Government of Nigeria and the host communities has resulted in … Continue reading The Right To A Clean And Healthy Environment As A Tool For Seeking Redress For Damages Caused By Environmental Pollution In Nigeria, With Particular Reference To The Niger Delta Region: A Casestudy Of Jonah Gbemre vs. SPDC (2005) AHRLR 151 (NgHC 2005) – Mazeedah Abiodun Hassan (ACIArb)