In my post 20 Months of “Blogging & “Lawyering”, I had promised to publish a guide on how to purchase and set up a website. This post is a fulfillment of that promise. In an earlier post, “Lawyers, Why Blog”, I had enumerated the advantages of blogging and the benefits that comes from there. So whether you want to buy a website for business, law practice or your blog then follow these steps and a new website will be yours in a jiffy. So here we go!Continue reading
Hmmmm! How time flies! In November 2014, history was made as I began what was Nigeria’s first website hosted blog on law and legal practice. My niche was also novel. The first law blog dedicated to young lawyers and new wigs to ease the challenges of their early post call years and share their experiences.Continue reading
One of my readers from Nairobi Kenya, sent in this lovely piece on her experience as an aspiring lawyer. So it’s Vicky live from Nairobi!
As I was growing up I always knew that I wanted to be a lawyer. My only knowledge about what lawyers did was that they defended people; sort of a human rights advocacy. I was privilege enough not to have diverted my mind from the career path I wanted to pursue and stuck on studying law.Continue reading
As I strolled out of the Police Headquarters, feeling very tired and done for the day, I realized that things were not the same anymore in my life, everything has changed. From the first day I put on my wig and gown and stood before a Judge of Federal Republic of Nigeria, my life changed.Continue reading
We continue with the concluding part of Nelo’s Through the Eyes of a Female Lawyer. Enjoy and don’t forget to add your comments and subscribe for our newsletters!
When it comes to a society like ours where being a woman is not of much worth as being a man, or where women are considered subordinate to any man and where they are seen as incomplete or not of much value like the male folks, the demand for her professional service does not roll in easily. It takes her clear hard work, courage, determination, favour from God, consistency and years of experience for her to be recognized or be paid for her services, and be impacted financially.Continue reading
This is straight from the heart of one of my Kenyan Readers and followers. An activist and legal philosopher, he shoots from the hips on one of the many challenges of aspirants to the Kenyan Bar. Enjoy!
The introduction of pre-bar examinations last year, the oppressive and stubborn law, was a possible harm to aspiring lawyers, parents, and the legal profession in Kenya. The exams, I think, were to be the unnecessary waste of time and money to safeguard the interests of old lawyers unwilling to welcome the new generation of lawyers. Continue reading
Today, we hear the views of a Scientist and Public Commentator on the brilliance or crookedness of Nigerian Lawyers! If you don’t like his views, your reactions are welcomed. Sit back and enjoy. From the horse’s mouth, sorry I meant the mouth of a scientist.
The legal profession is a highly revered profession. It has refused to fall from the pedestal it has been placed on since time immemorial.
However, talking about the profession in Nigeria gives it a new front: not good for the optics. Using the percentage of the type of people that Nigerian lawyers are able to save from going to jail and the type of people they are not able to keep away from jail make me look at them with disdain.Continue reading
Phew! Sorry guys for the long break from my end. Was a sad moment being prevented from doing what I love most as I had a lot of personal issues to contend with. Am back with a better bang! Today I bring you the thoughts of one of my mentees. Sit back and enjoy!
Sixty months, five years, ten semesters, fifty-eight examinations, numerous assessments, countless breathtaking presentations, all for one goal, to earn the LLB degree.
I am Michael Ejiofor, a four hundred level student of the Faculty of Law, University of Ibadan.
The Hayek Essay Contest is open to all individuals 36 years old or younger. Entrants should write a 5,000 word (maximum) essay. Essays are due on May 31, 2016 and the winners will be announced on July 15, 2016. The essays will be judged by an international panel of three members of the Society.
In what other areas of modern societies is competition underutilized as a discovery procedure? Can competition be beneficially introduced in other industries that are often monopolized by governments? What, if any, are the limits of competition’s ability to produce beneficial spontaneous orders?Continue reading