Issues/Policy

Falana and the Project of Rethinking the Hierarchies of Human Rights In Nigeria, By Kolawole Olaniyan

Falana performs a formidable service by providing such an insightful synthesis of the most important elements of the emerging jurisprudence – both national and international – on socio-economic rights, and highlighting the need for the […]

Issues/Policy

THE DIFFERENCE: All The Areas Where Reps, Senators Disagreed On Constitution Amendment By Dyepkazah Shibayan

The national assembly has concluded voting on amendments to the 1999 constitution. While members of the house of representatives voted on Thursday, their colleagues in the senate had their own session on Wednesday. Thirty-three bills […]

Law

Chinese Court Shames Debtors By Forcing Them To Have An Embarrassing Ringtone Informing Everyone They Owe Money | DailyMail

A court in eastern China has enforced a rule that issues people who haven’t paid of their debts with ringtones made to shame them. The ringtone tells the caller that the person they are dialling […]

Law

In Ex Parte, Court Orders Seven Banks To Remit $793.2m to TSA………”NO HIDDEN FUNDS IN KEYSTONE BANK”…Keystone bank

KEYSTONE BANK REACTS “In response to the news making the rounds that the Federal High Court sitting in Lagos had made an order directing Keystone Bank Limited to remit the sum of $17m allegedly illegally […]

Issues/Policy

Domestic Violence: Lawyer Calls On JB Daudu To Resign As Chair Of Nigeria’s Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee

Carol Ajie, a human rights lawyer, has called on Mr. J.B Daudu, Chairman of the Legal Practitioners Disciplinary Committee (LPDC) of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) and a former President of the NBA, to institute […]