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[UPDATE]: The pain and hardship of young lawyers in the hands of senior colleagues has been judicially noticed.
Ifeanyi Okeke Esq. v. Wale Ogunade Esq. Suit No. NICN/LA/432/2014, per Amadi J: “This case once again shows the pain, hardship and difficulty which some young lawyers undergo in the hand of some senior colleagues, who ordinarily should encourage them. I commend the tenacity and dexterity of the Claimant in pursuing justice in this matterFebruary 14, 2019
Standard Chartered Bank v. Adegbite  1 NWLR (Pt. 1653) 348 at 373, paras. B-F, per Barka, JCA: “It has been argued for the Defendant that the Claimant did not adduce evidence of how other nursing women in the employment of the Defendant were treated differently from her or vice versa. It suffices that theFebruary 8, 2019
Tumsah v.FRN  17 NWLR (Pt. 1648) 238 at 273, paras. D-E, per Iyizoba, JCA: “The learned trial Judge in assuming jurisdiction to grant the orders in this appeal acted more out of sentiments than due adherence to the applicable laws. Corruption no doubt is the bane of our society and the courts would notJanuary 8, 2019
Saraki v. FRN  16 NWLR (Pt. 1646) 405 at 462, paras. B-C, per Okoro, JSC: “I need to emphasize that security agencies in this country must operate within the bounds of their calling. A situation where the EFCC and DSS took over the functions of the Code of Conduct Bureau leaves much to beDecember 7, 2018
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