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Case Management

Track and Manage Cases, Collaborate on Cases, Share Case Status with Clients Seamlessly, Refer Cases to Legal Experts without the Hassle of Sending Physical Files, etc.

Document Management

Track, Manage, and Store Documents in the Cloud; Create and Store Document Templates; Digitally Sign and Share the Documents with Clients Seamlessly, etc

Billing

Bill and Create Invoices Based on Hourly Rates or Flat Fees; Digitally Sign and Share Invoices with Clients; etc

Legal Practice Management

Contract Management

Collaborate with your Clients in Creating Contracts; Digitally Sign and Share Contracts with Your Clients; Store and Edit the Contracts Seamlessly; etc

Digital Signature

Create and Manage Authorised Signatories for Your Firm, Digitally Sign all Contracts, Documents and Invoices; etc

Other features

CRM, Task Management, Team Management, Messaging and Communications Tools, etc

Multi-Territory Feature

Access to legal resources from other African countries

Multi-Territory

NextLaw AfricaTM has introduced an exciting feature to its Legal Regal Research Application, which further ENABLES Legal Practitioners in Africa in efficiently delivering legal services to their clients who want to leverage on the opportunities of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA).
This new feature gives Legal Practitioners access to legal resources from other African countries, and this will enable them advise their clients much more effectively and efficiently, thus, contributing to the overall strategic objectives of AfCFTA, which has definitely put Africa in the centre stage of trade and economic development. Access to legal resources and policy frameworks is fundamental to the success of AfCFTA.
NextLaw AfricaTM therefore contributes its own quota to the success of AfCFTA with the introduction of this new feature. Please enjoy this new feature.

Legal Research Mobile Application

Supreme Court

Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has original jurisdiction in any dispute between the Federation and a state or between states and also has appellate jurisdiction to hear and determine appeals from the Court of Appeal. The Supreme Court of Nigeria consists of the Read More...

Court of Appeal

Court of Appeal

The Nigerian Court of Appeal is beset with the challenge of establishing a judicial system suited for a democratic society. Primitive systems of judicial administration have been over taken by numerous innovations in administration and science and Read More...

High Court

High Court

The Federal Revenue Court (as Federal High Court was then called) was established by the Federal Revenue Act 1973 (1973 No.13). The Court was renamed the “Federal High Court” by Section 228 (1) and 230 (2) of the Constitution of the Federal Read More...

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