The International Criminal Court is at the helm of fighting interstate crime with a major focus on four major crimes. However, the application of its rules on admissibility and jurisdiction has caused mayhem as far as establishing whether traditional state sovereignty is still prevalent in the International Law discourse where the court operates.Read More
Category: Africa Today
Legal education in Egypt held elite status with the emergence of the first Law School in Egypt founded by Ismail in 1868. It was first known as the School of Management and Languages, then the school of Management was separated from the school of Languages in 1882, until July 1886 when it became known as the school of Law. Now, Cairo University’ School of Law.Read More
At The People’s Accolade Law Magazine (The PALM), we find pleasure in consistently keeping you up to speed with developing trends in today’s African society.
In this deluxe edition, we bring to you our August Legal Edition which feature the Enigma of Music, Falz and the vibrant Olumide OworuRead More
Taking Hold of the Leadership of the Nigerian Bar: The Law on the Office of the NBA President By Stanley O. Omotor
The rank of a Senior Advocate of Nigeria is a distinguished title which is provided for by section 5 of the Legal Practitioners Act, Cap L11 LFN 2004, to be conferred on legal practitioners who have practiced law…Read More