world class, full service Nigerian law firm

Our mission is to establish a world class, full service Nigerian law firm distinguished by its premium service to the entire business world. We incorporate a rich blend of traditional legal practice with the technological dynamism required to satisfy the needs of our clients 

Practice Areas

Corporate and Commercial Law Practice

Our practice covers registration of business names, company incorporation, registered trustees as well as company secretarial services.

Real Estate and Property Law

We undertakedrafting of legal documents that transfers title to land such as Deed of Assignment, Deed of Lease and Tenancy Agreement as well as conducting due diligence search at land registry to confirm and authenticate genuineness of land documents.

Immigration Law and Visa Processing services

Our services cover visa applications, documents review, visa refusal appeal, international students’ admissions, expatriate quota, employment and labour certifications, STR visa (work permit and residence visa for foreigners working in Nigeria) Global Business Mobility Visa, Nomad Visa Specialists, deportation and asylum proceedings in court as well as corporate travel bookings to the UK, USA, Canada, Ireland, Dubai, South Africa and Schengen countries.

Legal Advice and Consultancy Services

We provide expert and professional legal advice to individuals, businesses, organizations and government agencies regarding various rules and regulations guiding project-based works.

Our Latest Publications

ACCESS TO COURT – CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF A PARTY TO VENTILATE HIS GRIEVANCE IN COURT.

ACCESS TO COURT – CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHT OF A PARTY TO VENTILATE HIS GRIEVANCE IN COURT.

Access to court plays an important role in the quality of a legal system and speedy administration of justice in any country. The courts have held in the case of Umeh v. Iwu (2007) 6 NWLR (Pt. 1030) 416 p. 428, paras E-F that: “parties are permitted to air their grievance at the law courts as when there is a right, there must be a remedy”. See also the case of Falobi v. Falobi (1976) 9-10 SC 1; Bello v. A., - G., Oyo State (1986) 5 NWLR (Pt. 45) 828.This article x-rays the problems associated withdenial of right of access to court due to procedural rules as against constitutionally guaranteed rights to persons seeking justice through the courts.

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