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LAW HISTORY SERIES OCTOBER EDITION: THE FAMOUS COURT BATTLE BETWEEN FAWEHINMI AND LPDC. By Toheeb Mustapha Babalola.

Good day ladies and gentlemen. I welcome you to October’s edition of our Law History Series, which has always been about unearthing unknown facts in the legal profession, discussing historical events in the legal profession, and also celebrating legal luminaries. This month has been a memorable one for us in Nigeria as so many events […]

THE LEGALITY OR OTHERWISE OF INDUSTRIAL ACTION IN NIGERIA By Adamu Abubakar Isa

INTRODUCTION An industrial action or job action, has been defined by the Merriam-webster dictionary as a temporary action (such as a slowdown) by workers as a protest and means of forcing compliance with demands. Labour or trade unions in Nigeria, especially, have been known to embark on such an exercise as a viable means of […]

Free And Fair Election As a Tool For Smooth Democracy In Nigeria By: Umar Ishaq katsinawa

Free and Fair Election is the foundation of every healthy democracy. Free and fair election allow people leaving in a particular society to determine their political make-up and future policy direction of their nation. It increase the likelihood of peaceful transfer of power. Election is the process of getting opinion of the people regarding their […]

IP RIGHTS : A PATHWAY TO SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT By Ogungbe Barakat Ebun

INTRODUCTION Intellectual property is a category of property that includes intangible creations of human intellect[1]. It is a form of chose-in-action, the intangible nature of intellectual property poses a threat on the protection and enforcement of these Rights. Intellectual property as clarified as by the World Intellectual property Organization is as follows “it refers to […]

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