AFRICAN MOOT; THE EXPERIENCE.

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.

NOTES ON JESSUP

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

THE BENEFIT OR OTHERWISE OF RESTRUCTURING IN NIGERIA; FOSTERING UNITY AND DEVELOPMENT ACROSS VARIOUS SECTORS IN THE COUNTRY

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

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

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

ABIDEMI PARAMOLE WINS AWARD FOR THE BEST GRADUATING STUDENT IN LAND LAW

The Mooting Society specially congratulates Abidemi of the Law Class of 2016 on his reception of the award for Best Graduating Student in Land Law. The Society celebrates with him and we wish him many more achievements. Want to know about Abidemi? Abidemi Paramole is a passionate young individual committed to making an impact to … Continue reading ABIDEMI PARAMOLE WINS AWARD FOR THE BEST GRADUATING STUDENT IN LAND LAW

THE MOOTING SOCIETY OFFICIALLY CONGRATULATES THE FACULTY OF LAW GRADUATING CLASS OF 2016

The Mooting Society celebrates with the Faculty of Law Graduating Class of 2016 on the reception of their LL.B degrees on the 25th of January 2017. We give special recognition to the following graduates, now alumni of The Mooting Society: Oyinlola Adesunkanmi Aishat Odekunle Timileyin Oyewo Maryam Lawal Daniel Jaiyeoba Bidemi Paramole Rilwan Shittu Pearle … Continue reading THE MOOTING SOCIETY OFFICIALLY CONGRATULATES THE FACULTY OF LAW GRADUATING CLASS OF 2016

THE FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS HOSTS WEST AFRICAN REGIONAL ROUNDS OF PRICE MEDIA LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION

The Faculty of Law, University of Lagos is to host the West African Regional Rounds of the Price Media Law Moot Court Competition to be held next week from February 6th – February 8th. This is held in partnership with the University of Oxford. Competing schools include: University of Lagos, Nigeria. Obafemi Awolowo University, Nigeria. … Continue reading THE FACULTY OF LAW, UNIVERSITY OF LAGOS HOSTS WEST AFRICAN REGIONAL ROUNDS OF PRICE MEDIA LAW MOOT COURT COMPETITION

THE SCHOOL OF REASONING AND RHETORIC 2017

(Image via playbuzz.com) A lot of qualities are required of a good lawyer. Other than a sound knowledge and application of the law (legal skills), a good lawyer is expected to be persuasive, creative, an exceptional researcher and overall, an effective communicator (personal skills). The Main Objective of The School: “To teach young and aspiring … Continue reading THE SCHOOL OF REASONING AND RHETORIC 2017