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REE&Trees JusticeMedia Group made up of -

  • JusticeMedia Institute;
  • Standards & Enterprise Development Center - devoted to industrial and environmental standards and policy;
  • TREE&Trees Advocates (in-house Lawyers); and
  • TREE&Trees (social) Enterprise - Project research, development, pilots and consultancy arm of the Group.


OUR ADDRESS


TREE&Trees Centre,
Suite 1, 28 Greenville Estate, Badore, Lekki-Ajah,
Lagos
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Nigeria

Phone: +2347067102097;
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lawnigeria@gmail.com
Justicemediainstitute@gmail.com
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treentrees@gmail.com
                                                                          
OUR MGT/EDITORIAL TEAM
  • Sam Eleanya - Executive Director/Editor-in-Chief
  • Ugochi Vine E. - Editor
  • Omolola O. Agboola - Managing Editor
  • Vinsaint Kalu E. Associate Editor/Head, IT
  • Uzono Ufi - Associate Editor
  • Bright Obi - Associate Editor
  • Frank Onuoha - Associate Editorgffg
OUR ADVISORS

           
  • TREE&Trees JUSTICEMEDIA GROUP

    TREE&Trees is a multi-platform justice sector specific socia enterprise made up of a pool of dedicated professionals whose training and direct experience span  legal practice, legislative action and draughtmanship, development sector work, professional ethics, justice sector advocacy, public service, media communications and consultancy, publishing, information and computer technology, strategic research and intelligence gathering, and life-coaching.

    • 100 Percent of the annual  net income of TREE&Trees is dedicated to the development of free-access justice sector resources that contribute, meaningfully, to the advancement of legal and socio-economic justice for Nigeria's peoples.


    TREE&Trees Platforms include

    JusticeMedia Institute (Gte/Ltd)  -a dedicated think-tank and advocacy platform devoted to research, education, advocacy and the development of media platforms and products that advance legal and socioeconomic justice in Africa - starting from Nigeria. Some of its major commitments include -

    1. the advancement of Constitutional knowledge and civics education in Nigeria  through the Constitution Hub and Project We, The Young People. The latter encompasses
    the annual Constitution Challenge, Constitution Week, The Constitution for Young People Summit and publications on the Constitution for schools and persons without formal law education. 

    2.
    Health and Education Law and Policy Centre which focuses on the promotion of 2 critical areas of life in Nigeria through a multi-approach engagement of the policy and legal frameworks upholding them;

    3. Religion and Ethics Centre - monitors religious freedom and ethical standards while facilitating written contents, intelligence and platforms -
    conferences, seminars, workshops, research - on religious freedoms and ethical values in Nigeria;

    4.
    Nonprofit Law and Intelligence Centre - dedicated to advocacy, research, performance/project monitoring and evaluation,  content development, and resource management for players in Nigeria's public, justice, mercy/social sectors and their stakeholders; and

    5.
    Project 37 Attorneys-General - dedicated to the profiling and monitoring of the institution and key officers entrusted with law enforcement at the State and federal levels. It provides an up-to-date list of all the 37 Attorneys-General in Nigeria, develops their profile and monitors their work relative to the constitutional imperative imposed on them.