Tuesday, 03 March 2015 13:03

LexisNexis Rule of Law Award 2015  

Applications are now open for this prestigious Commonwealth award sponsored by LexisNexis.  

Those who attended the Commonwealth Law Conference in Cape Town in 2013 will be familiar with the inaugural award and its winner, Ms Robin Sully, a Canadian lawyer, whose very special career has led to an outstanding contribution to the Rule of Law both in Canada and across the Commonwealth.  

This, the 2nd Rule of Law Award, will be your chance to honour another firm or individual lawyer who has made a significant contribution to help advance the rule of law within the Commonwealth over the last two years.  

The winner will receive a trophy and free travel and accommodation from his or her home country to the CLC2015 in Glasgow and conference entry for the full four days. 

Closing date for applications is November 30, 2014 - Click Here to download an Application Form and to view the terms and conditions.


LexisNexis is proud to continue its long-term association with the Government of Nigeria by publishing the latest updates to the Revised Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

These updates contain all new and amending primary and subsidiary legislation for the period 1 January 2012 to 31 December 2013 and will be available both in printed and online formats. The 2012 update will be available in July 2014, followed quickly by the 2013 update in September 2014. For more information on purchasing copies of these volumes or subscriptions to the online edition, please contact Anusha Nadarajan at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

The Primary Law team is proud to announce that it delivered 300 copies of the five latest volumes of the Malawi Law Reports (for the years 2005 to 2009) to the Malawian Judiciary in May 2014.

LexisNexis has now enjoyed a 11 year partnership with the Judiciary to publish the Malawi Law Reports, the Malawi Law Reports: Commercial Series and the Malawi Labour Law Reports.

We are grateful to Justice Andrew Nyirenda and the other members of the review committee for the MLR and look forward to seeing these volumes play their part as a foundation for the further development of Malawian jurisprudence, as well as the fair and consistent administration of justice in Malawi.

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