News Litigation Nigeria brings in ADR as part of court reforms By The Lawyer 2 August 2004 06:16 17 December 2015 16:16 Sign in or register to continue reading. It's FREE Sign in Email Password Keep me logged in Forgot your password? Not registered? It's FREE! Register now Register with The Lawyer Maduforo Gift 19 May 2009 at 18:44 To me its a welcomed devept. Am also in seeing a system that gives its citizens hope of justice. Am also doin a project on ‘ the role of adr in civil justice reform’ Reply Link UCHE NWOKOLO 7 November 2009 at 10:44 THIS IS A WELCOME DEVELOPMENT BECAUSE THE TRIAL SYSYTEM IN NIGERIA IS SLOW,THOUHG THERE IS IMPROVEMENT NOW,WE NEED THIS ADR TO REDUCE RECOURSE TO LITIGATION, TIME AND MONEY SPENT, THOUGH THIS WILL HAVE ITS LIMITATION BUT IT IS A WELCOME DEVELOPMENT Reply Link Agbedejobi Kayode Peter 25 May 2011 at 13:25 Considering the time saving benefits, money saving advantage, and the decongestion mechanism in the few courts we have, ADR can not be over emphasized to be of great importance to the Nigerian court/legal system. I strongly appreciate the innovation and the eventual acceptance of the ADR system in Nigeria. Kudos to the likes of Dr. Ade Ipaye who helped in the official introduction and engineering of ADR so far. Reply Link Anonymous 8 March 2013 at 18:14 This is an awesome step,litigation I¯_??°n¯_??° nigeria is nt only expensive but unnecessarily time consuming,this development will help a great deal. I ‘A¯_??? writing my project on the application of the adr techniques t¯? matrimonial disputes… Reply Link Name Email Cancel reply Threaded commenting powered by interconnect/it code.