The Annual Workshop on International Humanitarian Law For University Teachers was held at Barcelona Hotel, Wuse II from 21st - 23rd of June 2016. The workshop was hosted by ICRC in collaboration with NIALS. The introductory session started with developments in the teaching of and Research of International Humanitarian Law in different Universities in Nigeria.
A NIALS Research Fellow, Dr. Irekpitan Okukpon-Adesanya was on 15th April 2016 selected as one of 25 participants from all over the world to attend the 52nd session of the 2016 International Law Seminar at the United Nations Office in Geneva, Switzerland in July 2016 for three weeks.
It cannot be over-emphasized that the purpose of a criminal prosecution is not to obtain a conviction; it is to lay … what the Crown considers to be credible evidence relevant to what is alleged to be a crime. Counsels have a duty to see that all available legal proof of the facts is presented: it should be done firmly and pressed to its legitimate strength but it must also be done fairly. The role of prosecutor excludes any notion of winning or losing; his function is a matter of public duty than which in civil life there can be none charged with greater personal responsibility. It is to be efficiently performed with an ingrained sense of the dignity, the seriousness and the justness of judicial proceedings.
The Director General on behalf of management and Staff of the Institute welcomes Dr Sam Amadi the immediate past Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of the Nigerian Electricity Regulatory Commission (NERC) to the NIALS family.
The Nigerian Institute of advanced Legal Studies, NIALS organised a-three-day course in Alternative Dispute Resolution; Dispute Management and Negotiation Skills from May 3-5,2016 at Ayo Ajomo Auditorium,NIALS,UNILAG.
Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (University of Lagos Campus)
P.M. B. 12820 Lagos,
Supreme Court of Nigeria Complex
Three Arms Zone Central District Abuja.