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DOES A RELIEF SEEKING THE ENFORCEMENT OF A RIGHT AUTOMATICALLY BRING A COMPLAINT UNDER CHAPTER IV OF THE CONSTITUTION?

CASE TITLE: AMCON v. ASSOCIATION OF SENIOR CIVIL SERVANTS OF NIGERIA (TARABA STATE CHAPTER) (2019) LPELR-48782(CA) JUDGMENT DATE: 6TH NOVEMBER, 2019 PRACTICE AREA: ENFORCEMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS LEAD JUDGE: JAMES SHEHU ABIRIYI, J.C.A. SUMMARY OF JUDGMENT: INTRODUCTION This appeal borders on the Enforcement of Fundamental Rights. FACTS This appeal is against the ruling delivered on 15th December,…

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LAWPAVILION FLASH ESSAY COMPETITION – third prize winner

THIS ESSAY IS THE THIRD PRIZE WINNING ARTICLE IN THE LAWPAVILION FLASH ESSAY COMPETITION TO MARK THE 2019 INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE WEEK. WRITER: NWEKE YVONNE C.O. ESQ. TOPIC: HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN TRANSFORM LEGAL PRACTICE IN NIGERIA (USING LAWPAVILION AS A CASE STUDY) tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis (the times change; we also must change with the times)[1] Few years…

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LAWPAVILION FLASH ESSAY COMPETITION – second prize winner

THIS ESSAY IS THE SECOND PRIZE WINNING ARTICLE IN THE LAWPAVILION FLASH ESSAY COMPETITION TO MARK THE 2019 INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE WEEK. WRITER: OLUWATOBI AJIBOLA PETERS ESQ. TOPIC: HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN TRANSFORM LEGAL PRACTICE IN NIGERIA (USING LAWPAVILION AS A CASE STUDY) In recent years the world has witnessed a rise in technological advancement. More sectors incorporate technology to ease and…

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LAWPAVILION FLASH ESSAY COMPETITION – first prize winner

THIS ESSAY IS THE FIRST PRIZE WINNING ARTICLE IN THE LAWPAVILION FLASH ESSAY COMPETITION TO MARK THE 2019 INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMER SERVICE WEEK. WRITER: ABDULLATEEF OLASUBOMI ADBUL ESQ. TOPIC: HOW TECHNOLOGY CAN TRANSFORM LEGAL PRACTICE IN NIGERIA (USING LAWPAVILION AS A CASE STUDY) Engaged on a matter, the lawyer rushes to the library, combs through volumes of…

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