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

Meet The 2017 JESSUP Team

The Phillip Jessup International Law moot will be holding in Washington D.C., USA from the 9th - 15th of April, 2017. But before then the Unilag team will have to go through the National Rounds which will be holding at the Nigerian Law School Lagos Campus from the 13th - 15th of February. The Faculty of Law, … Continue reading Meet The 2017 JESSUP Team