CONSTITUTIONAL PROVISIONS IN RESPECT TO THE LEGISLATIVE COMPETENCE OVER ELECTRICITY MATTERS BETWEEN THE NATIONAL ASSEMBLY AND THE STATE HOUSES OF ASSEMBLY

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

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The School of Reasoning & Rhetoric 2018

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

Member Of The Month – Nelson Iheanacho

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

Exclusive Interview With The Price Media Law Moot 2018 Team

And their Price went all the way up! We are back with another interview (and bad puns). This time, the Public Relations Officers of the Mooting Society, Zulu Uwolloh and Titilope Adedokun conducted an interview with the six team members of the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition 2018. They recently returned from the Africa … Continue reading Exclusive Interview With The Price Media Law Moot 2018 Team

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