LAW STUDENT OF THE MONTH — DAMILARE DISU

Hello there and welcome to December. It’s been some eleven months of uncertainty, and for a large portion of tertiary students in Nigeria, it’s been eight months of academic inactivity. However, our conversations on topical issues at Legal Pages have not suffered a setback as law students continue to prove their worth despite being out […]

LAW STUDENT OF THE WEEK — NELLY-HELEN EBRUKA

After winning the African Rounds of the Manfred Lachs Space Law Moot Competition and emerging Runner-up at the International finals, Nelly has not been resting on her oars. In a recent chat with Legal Pages, she addressed how her interest in Space Law grew, her other commitments towards space law, student leadership and volunteer services. […]

10 things a Law Student can do to make money on the side

Making some bucks as a student, however little, has a way to get you somewhat fulfilled with yourself. It might just be the opportunity to release you from total dependence on your parents/guardians or provide you with extra cash in your bank account. As a law student, you are exposed to certain skills, in and […]

Law Student Of The Week – Charlotte Ahabwe

Charlotte Ahabwe is a fourth year student at the Makerere University, Uganda. She runs a movement called ‘Feminism Reloaded’ and works with several NGOs in Uganda, particularly ‘Akina mama wa Afrika’. Follow our chat with her below.  Did you set out to study law? If yes, what inspired your decision? Yeah. From when I was […]