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RESOLUTIONS OF THE FIFTH SITTING OF THE HOUSE OF PARLIAMENT

MARCH 21, 2016 ⁄ ULSUSLC

Find below the resolutions passed at the Fifth sitting of the Students’ Legislative Council which was held on the 11 of March, 2016 at the Parliament Building, University of Lagos:

1. APPROVAL OF ULSU BUDGET

As a constitutional duty of the Students’ Legislative Council of the University of Lagos Students’ Union, stated in article 4, section 4(d) of the Union’s constitution, stating that the SLC: shall debate, scrutinize, consider and approve any budget or part(s) as presented to it by ULSU Executive Council – no money shall be spent by the ULSU Executive Council without approval of the SLC. The Students’ Legislative Council, after scrutinizing and debating on the budget, resolved to approve parts of the ULSU budget as presented by the ULSU Executive Council and in getting a compromise after long hours, the house agreed to the approval of a total sum of 4,137,240 million naira for the first part of the ULSU budget.

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JUSTICE OPUTA CHAMBERS 300 LEVEL PDF NOTES

Dear All,

Kindly find attached to this post notes for 300 Level Students from the Justice Oputa Student Chambers.

Best,

Bolaji Ogalu, 

Academic Secretary, Justice Oputa Student Chambers.

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War Against Corruption: First, Abolish The Title Of Senior Advocate Of Nigeria By Muyiwa Sobo | Sahara Reporters

Thinking of the constitutional guarantee of unhindered choice of legal representation, I disagreed at first with the statements attributed to Ibrahim Magu, EFCC Chairman, which was supported by President Muhammadu Buhari, that certain members of the Nigerian elite lawyers who carry the title of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) were deliberately impeding the fight against corruption.

Source: War Against Corruption: First, Abolish The Title Of Senior Advocate Of Nigeria By Muyiwa Sobo | Sahara Reporters

 

CRITERIA FOR CONFERMENT OF THE RANK OF SENIOR ADVOCATE OF NIGERIA

The Award of the rank of Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN) is a privilege awarded by the Legal Practitioners Privileges Committee as a mark of excellence to members of the legal profession who are in full time legal practice; have distinguished themselves as advocates or academic and have made significant contribution to the development of the legal profession in Nigeria. It is the equivalent of the rank of Queen’s Counsel in the United Kingdom, from which Nigeria adopted the rank.

The conferment is made in accordance with the provisions of the Legal Practitioners Act, by the Legal Practitioners’ Privileges Committee

To be eligible to apply for the rank of SAN, every candidate must be at least ten years post call and will be required to provide particulars of contested cases, which he considers to be of particular significance to the evaluation of his competence in legal practice and contribution to…

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“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.” ~ Mahatma Gandhi

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“Service to others is the rent you pay for your room here on earth.” ~ Muhammad Ali

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“If you wait until you can do everything for everybody, instead of something for somebody, you’ll end up not doing nothing for nobody.” ~ Malcom Bane

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