The African moot team did amazingly well at the African Moot competition in the first week of July. The accolades are, 6th best English speaking team out of 43 teams, the 10th best oralists out of over 90 oralists and the best West African team. The dream team indeed. Read their interview below. Please introduce … Continue reading AFRICAN MOOT; THE EXPERIENCE.
A few months ago, four members of the mooting society society participated in The Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Competition. Here Jimi Otitoola, Nelson Iheanacho, Tayo Akinkuolie and Alao Omeiza shone. The memories made and the lessons learnt are indelible in our minds. The participants speak to us. Q: Why Jessup? A: Jimi; Out … Continue reading NOTES ON JESSUP
Abstract Since Nigeria’s adoption of the federal system of government, in replacement of the republican system instituted by, and inherited from, the British, the country has received a fair share of clamor for “restructuring”. However, the concept being clamored for is seen to be as vague as the expectation from the end result, if the … Continue reading THE BENEFIT OR OTHERWISE OF RESTRUCTURING IN NIGERIA; FOSTERING UNITY AND DEVELOPMENT ACROSS VARIOUS SECTORS IN THE COUNTRY
The team was in New York for the National Model United Nations 2019. Representing Pakistan, they brought home 10 position paper awards and an outstanding delegate award. And a whopping Outstanding Delegation, the first school from Africa to ever do so. Here are some pictures of the RichKidsofNewYork.
It may be more than a few months since Jessup 2018. However, the memories are still fresh and the lessons, unforgettable. We recently asked the Jessup 2018 representatives to tell us their greatest lessons learnt. These are their responses! Tobi Oluwasanya says, First, there is always a lesson to be learned from every seemingly unpleasant … Continue reading Lessons From Jessup 2018
Article by Olamide Sholabomi Nigeria’s Federal system makes it necessary to share governmental powers amongst the different tiers of government. The basis for the exercise of legislative powers between the Federal government and state government has been laid down by the 1999 Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria. The relevant provisions as regards the … Continue reading CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS IN RESPECT TO THE LEGISLATIVE COMPETENCE OVER ELECTRICITY MATTERS BETWEEN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND THE STATE HOUSES OF ASSEMBLY
A Report on the School of Reasoning & Rhetoric 2018. Public Speaking. Mooting. Mock Trials. Brief / Legal Writing. Debates. Long ago, these five skills were pertinent in crafting the perfect lawyer. But no one had access to them. Then, everything changed when The School of Reasoning and Rhetoric was born. Only The Lawyer, master … Continue reading The School of Reasoning & Rhetoric 2018
From the troves of the Public Relations Officers, represented by Titilope Adedokun; We present to you February's Member Of The Month, Nelson Iheanacho. This is probably the most unconventional interview he's ever had but first time's a charm! And we must say, from Wakanda to Words, Nelson lives up to his meaning of his name, … Continue reading Member Of The Month – Nelson Iheanacho
A session by Mr Matthew Burkaa Esq. Held on Tuesday, 27th of February 2018. Reported by Director of Research II, Amirah Rufai. 1. Your Relationship With The Client One of the first things you learn as a legal practitioner is your relationship with your clients. You must understand that Nigerian clients are different from clients … Continue reading TIPS FOR CLIENT COUNSELING