Category: Women Lawyers

160 IMSU Law Students Inducted Into Imo FIDA, Charged On Discipline
Women Lawyers, Nigerian Lawyers

160 IMSU Law Students Inducted Into Imo FIDA, Charged On Discipline

TJ Eko- November 28, 2022

One Hundred and Sixty law students of Imo State University (IMSU), Owerri, have been inducted as members of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), ... Read More

Kerry Washington, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Yvonne Orji Reprise Their Lawyer Roles With Chic Sweatshirt
Foreign News, Women Lawyers

Kerry Washington, Tracee Ellis Ross, and Yvonne Orji Reprise Their Lawyer Roles With Chic Sweatshirt

TML- November 16, 2022

Kerry Washington (our forever Olivia Pope), and Reasonable Doubt director and producer, partnered with The Black Lawyers Podcast to create inspirational personalized sweatshirts in honor ... Read More

Australia’s 1st woman lawyer ‘can inspire those breaking down barriers today’
Features, Women Lawyers

Australia’s 1st woman lawyer ‘can inspire those breaking down barriers today’

TML- September 12, 2022

Iola Mathews spoke to Lawyers Weekly about her book, Flos Greig — a story about her great aunt and Australia’s first-ever woman lawyer. Flos Greig ... Read More

NBA vs Joyce Oduah: The NBA Under Olumide Akpata, Failed In The Test For Respect For Rule Of Law And Due Process- J. S. Okutepa, SAN
Nigerian Lawyers, Opinion

NBA vs Joyce Oduah: The NBA Under Olumide Akpata, Failed In The Test For Respect For Rule Of Law And Due Process- J. S. Okutepa, SAN

TML- August 22, 2022

If the news I read of the just concluded National Executive Council, of NBA that the suspension of Mrs Joyce Oduah as General Secretary of ... Read More

Ex-Appeal Court President Blames Nigerian Leaders For Growing Insecurity, Poverty
Women Lawyers

Ex-Appeal Court President Blames Nigerian Leaders For Growing Insecurity, Poverty

TML- July 22, 2022

A former President of Nigeria’s Appeal Court, Justice Zainab Bulkachuwa yesterday decried the deteriorating state of the nation, laying the blame on the country’s leaders ... Read More