A MILLENNIAL’S GUIDE TO ENERGY LAW – EPISODE 4 (LAWS GOVERNING TRANSPORTATION OF AND GAS IN NIGERIA)

Transportation of an oil and gas is an important part of the oil supply chain. After exploration, development and production (Upstream stage) there is need for it to move from one location to another either for refining or for distribution to the end users. Oil since it appears in liquid form is easier to move […]

A MILLENNIAL’S GUIDE TO ENERGY LAW – EPISODE 3 (OIL AND GAS CONTRACTS AND AGREEMENTS)

  Nigeria faces the dilemma of enacting and implementing effective oil and gas policies that will help in meeting its national objectives and also encourage investment in the sector. As new trends emerge in the oil and gas sector, there arises the need for contracts that will protect the country’s interest and also that of […]

A MILLENNIAL’S GUIDE TO ENERGY LAW – EPISODE 2 (OIL AND GAS OWNERSHIP, RIGHTS AND PERMITS IN NIGERIA)

The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), made up of fourteen oil rich countries reported that world oil demand has been projected to rise by 1.29 million barrels per day (b/d) in 2019. As a result, total world oil demand is anticipated to reach 100.8million b/d. Nigeria is the sixth largest oil producing country in […]

Lawyer of the Week – Liz Lenjo

  With the crop of novel areas of law including fashion, sports and entertainment law, comes stakeholders in the legal profession who define such spaces. Our lawyer of the week is one of those building a dynasty in some of these fields. Liz Lenjo is an Advocate of the High Court of Kenya specializing in […]

TAX SERIES BY ENIOLA – SEASON 11 (COUNTRY BY COUNTRY REPORTING (CbCR))

EPISODE 1 – GLASSHOUSE “On 27 January 2016, the elders of Nigeria and of thirty other countries gathered at a square-table, majorly to mull over the three Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) Pillars of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Of the three – Transparency, Coherence and Substance, Transparency was the fairest […]

Lawyer of the Week – Efemena Iluezi-Ogbaudu

  Our Lawyer of the Week is Efemena Iluezi-Ogbaudu. Born on 29 June, 1995, Efemena is a legal practitioner with keen interests in Dispute Resolution (Commercial Litigation and Arbitration & ADR) and Corporate Law (Company Regulation, Capital Markets & Finance). He is considered a Teacher by many. However, he considers himself a Student and always […]

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LAW BEYOND THE LAW FIRM

It’s becoming a trend to find persons who study the law but eventually have no interest in adjudicating in a courtroom or carrying on the conventional duties of lawyers working in a law firm. Some persons may find that they lack the confidence to present a case before the court or are unable to gain […]

Lawyer of the Week – Oladapo Olayemi

Kindly share with us your educational background. I had my secondary education at Babcock University High School, Ogun State. After which I obtained my LLB from the Univerity of Ilorin. I was then posted to the Nigerian Law School in Bayelsa. During my NYSC, I served at the prestigious Agbaje, Agbaje & Co., where I […]

Lawyer of the Week – Kenneth Muhangi

Meet Mr Kenneth Muhangi, a Partner at Signum Advocates; a Ugandan law firm with practice areas in Litigation, Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance, Islamic Finance, Employment & Human Resource, Advertising and Marketing, Projects & Infrastructure, Domestic & International Tax Advisory, Energy & Power, Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Intellectual Property, Manufacturing & Industrial, Insurance & […]

Law Student of the Week – Oyewale Faith Bamise

Our Law Student of the Week is Faith Oyewale. He is a final year student of law at the Obafemi Awolowo University (OAU), Nigeria. He’s held several positions including President, Liberation Chambers, OAU. He’s also participated in a whole lot of moot and mock competitions. Follow our full interview with him below.   1. Kindly […]