JAALS’ Foundation Takes The Lead On Justice Administration And Reforms


The duties and significance of bailiffs in the administration of the justice system cannot be overemphasized. Bailiffs play a crucial role in maintaining order and ensuring the smooth functioning of courts. Bailiffs are essential for maintaining order, ensuring due process, and executing court decisions. Their vigilance and adherence to their duties contribute significantly to an effective justice system, that is why the training held on the 2nd and 3rd of April, 2024, by JAALS Foundation in collaboration with the Federal High Court and Shan Consulting could not have come at a better time. The comprehensive and intensive sessions were designed to enhance the skills and knowledge of Bailiffs serving within the Federal High Court system as it aimed to equip participants with the necessary tools and insights to excel in their roles within the justice administration system.

With special thanks to JAALS Foundation, the training program served as a platform for Bailiffs to deepen their understanding of their responsibilities and the legal framework within which they operate. By engaging in interactive sessions, participants had the opportunity to share their experiences and learn from expert speakers and facilitators. The program emphasized the importance of ongoing learning and accountability, aiming to empower Bailiffs to contribute effectively to the administration of justice and uphold the principles of fairness and integrity within the Federal High Court system.

The Speakers and special guests at the training were led by JAALS Director, Mr. Tolulope Aderemi, Partner at Perchstone & Graeys, LP and special guests included Hon. Chief  Justice John Terhemba Tsoho, Hon. Chief Justice A O Faji, Hon. Chief Justice Ibrahim Kala, Mr. Eghobaniem SAN, Dr. Babatunde Ajibade SAN, FCIArb, Mr. Olabisi Makonjuola Chairman, NBA Lagos, Mr Longs, DCR, Mr. Bisoye Coker MD, KIAKIA GLOBAL, Mr. Bidemi Amusa MD, CARRILLION, Mr. Ugochukwu SAN, Mr.  Emobonuvie Majemite NBA SEC, LAGOS, Mrs. Sylvia Nzekwu and Mrs Gloria Abugo.

Mr. Tolulope Aderemi, Director at JAALS in his welcome address shared that the purpose of the  collaboration between JAALS Foundation and the Federal High Court, aimed at enhancing the skills of Bailiffs. Mr. Aderemi further mentioned that the program sought to improve the productivity, efficiency, and capacity of the Federal High Court registry, with a particular emphasis on the role of Bailiffs. The event marked the beginning of a long-term partnership to bring about positive change within the judicial system, with a focus on collaboration and continuous improvement.

In his vote of thanks, Mr. Aderemi, Director of JAALS Foundation, delivered a vote of thanks during which he expressed gratitude to Honorable Chief Justice Tsoho, represented by Admin Chief Justice Faaji, for their presence and support. He also thanked the Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association for attending the two-day event, alongside other stakeholders, partners, and participants. Aderemi emphasized the importance of collaboration and commitment to advancing the justice system. He concluded by encouraging everyone to apply the knowledge gained from the training in their respective roles. Mr. Aderemi, emphasized that the training marked the beginning of a journey towards reforming the system, likening it to planting a seed that would grow into significant change. This statement reflects his optimism and commitment to continuous improvement within the justice sector.


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