We handle diverse cases bordering on the interpretation and application of the Nigerian Constitution. We have argued constitutional law matters before trial and appellate Courts, and in matters invoking the original jurisdiction of the Supreme Court.
Our constitutional law practice covers matters relating to elections, the public revenue, human rights, exercise of executive and legislative powers and the jurisdiction of Courts and Tribunals.
Over the years, our firm has been engaged in pre-election matters, election petitions and disputes arising from appointment into public offices created by the Constitution, the Federation Account, maritime boundary disputes between littoral states in connection with payment of derivation from oil revenue, legislative oversight and competence in relation to taxation.
We bring our experience in constitutional law to bear in proceedings that border on the exercise of statutory powers, judicial review and jurisdiction of various Courts and Tribunals to which disputes have been submitted.