Dear Readers

Happy New Year to you!

Nigerian Law Today (NLT) is 4 this January 2017.

To mark our 4th anniversary, we have just redesigned our website so you have more engaging and refreshing reader experience. Surf our pages and posts to feel the all-new and dynamic NLT this 2017. Let’s know what you think!

NLT’s mission is to take legal-content writing to the next level in Nigeria by leveraging legal expertise and technology. So in the next one year, NLT will focus on serving you better by being a legal-content hub in the areas of law we cover. We also want to open up our platform to members of the legal community, including firms and organizations, who want to introduce law-related products and services to their target audience. Watch out for rates for Sponsored Posts and different advert space we will be making available on our website.

For law students, lawyers, or legal writers who would like to take professional advantage of NLT’s fast-growing, legal-content space, you are welcome. You can do that by either submitting your articles to NLT or joining our team of regular contributors. But both requests are not automatic. Click links for details.

NLT was set up in January 2013 to publish fresh and original articles on recent developments in Nigerian law and make them more accessible and visible on the Internet. Founded by Senator Iyere Ihenyen, Yibakuo David Amakiri and Ebimobowei Jikenghan, we have published over 100 articles on various areas of law.

In 2017, NLT looks forward to a dynamic year. Be a part of it.

Happy New Year!

Senator Iyere Ihenyen & Yibakuo David Amakiri

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Nigerian Law Today

NLT’s mission is to take legal-content writing to the next level in Nigeria by leveraging legal expertise and technology. We publish fresh, original, and insightful articles on areas of law we cover.

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