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On 9 December 2015, in celebrating international anti-corruption day, Fidelis Oditah QC, SAN and other eminent lawyers urged appellate courts in Nigeria not to entertain interlocutory appeals emanating from corruption cases in accordance with section 306 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015. This was contained in a communique issued at the end […]
Law Weekly: Chat With Prof. Fidelis Oditah On War Against Corruption — 14/02/16. Law Weekly is a programme on Channels television that takes an in-depth look at judicial activities across Nigeria.
Fidelis Oditah QC, SAN presented a paper titled “Geography of international arbitration – where does the power lie?” at the 30th anniversary of the School of International Arbitration of Queen Mary University, London. The conference took place at the Lancaster Hotel London and provided a platform for reflection, open debate and critical thinking on arbitration-related […]
Law Weekly: Assessment Of Jonathan-led Federal Government – Fidelis Oditah (SAN) 31/05/15
The Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) has inaugurated its Rules and Practice Committee to review the existing Civil and Criminal Procedure Rules and Practice in Courts in Nigeria and propose all such amendments, modifications and new Rules that are required to update the Rules and aid the speedy dispensation of justice. The event, which took place […]