Law Weekly Examines CJN’s First Year In Office

One year after she assumed office, law weekly looks at some of the activities of the first female chief justice of Nigeria, Justice Aloma Mukthar.

Also on this edition, Professor of public law at the University of Lagos, Professor Taiwo Osipitan, a senior advocate of Nigeria gives his perspective of the reforms in the judiciary under the leadership of the CJN.

Recently, Justice Mukhtar, marked her first year in office having succeeded Justice Dahiru Musdapher who retired on the 15th of July, 2012

Prof Osipitan was called to the bar in 1981. He joined the faculty of law of the University of Lagos in 1983. He has risen to become a professor of public law at the university.

He was conferred with the rank of senior advocate of Nigeria in 2002 also specialises in litigation of commercial and public law.