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An app for every law student (Year 2)

The Dictionary has over 1,500 legal cases ranging from; Constitutional Law, Administrative Law, Law of Contract, Legal System and Legal Methods.

Users can access the SUMMARY of the cases and also view the FULL LAW REPORT of as many cases – totally offline –

With its super fast search engine cases may be accessed by their names, by courses or even their topics.

With its well optimized annotations we push technology a step further by providing users with SYNONYMS ( a feature that displays cases following similar principles, facts and judgement. As well as those in contrast. )

To ensure you do not miss out on any case, we have included the Add a Case feature that allows you to automatically update your database anytime there is a new case.

The cases have been summarised to suit your reading style. Now you can access and commit cases to memory right on the go. No need for heavy books and those long walks to the library. We bring the library to you.

Features

It has over 1,500 cases

Autocomplete search bar to find cases easily

View cases based on topics, category and course title

View summary of cases

View recently read cases

Bookmark your favourite cases

Share your favourite cases

View similar cases to a case

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Tips

The app’s content has been constructed to suit your reading style and so it is most judicious to use with a reading material.

If you type a case name in the search box and the app doesn’t display the required content, try typing other words in that particular case name. For example: if you intend searching for Carlill v Carbolic Smoke Ball co [1893] 1 QB 256 you may type any of the words (‘Carlill’ or ‘Carbolic’ or ‘Ball’) in the search box, several cases with that particular word will be displayed for you to choose from.

NB: you may also search using the case citation.

For acronyms and abbreviations, type each letter without the dot (.) For example: if you intend searching for U.A.C. v Argo or Yabugbe v C.O.P, type (‘UAC’) or (‘COP’) to display cases like; UAC v Argo (1958) 14 N.L.R105, Apara v UAC (1951) 20 N.L.R17, Yabugbe v COP (1992) 4 NWLR Pt. 234, p. 152 SC etc.

Team

There is a depth of experience; the team provides a wide range of expertise and has seen and done just
about everything

EKONG DANIEL PRECIOUS

Founder Precious Case Dictionary

A graduate of Law from the University of Lagos with avid interest in technological solutions. Amateur Web Programmer with skills in HTML,CSS, JAVASCRIPT and PHP

Olaogun Toluwalase

Lead Programmer and web developer

A graduate of Computer Engineering from the University of Lagos with expertise in various programming Languages; HTML, CSS, Javascript, PHP, Java, C++,Bootstrap,, WordPress, Android Framework etc

Ojifinni Abdul Naheem

Lead Graphic Designer

A graduate of Electrical Engineer from Yaba College of Technology with skills in graphic designs and motion animation. He uses softwares like Corel draw, Photo Shop, Adobe Aftereffect amongst others

Dennis Richard

Support Graphic Designer

A student of Geology from the University of Lagos with skills in web programming, graphic designs and motion animation. He uses prograrmming languages such as HTML, CSS, JAVASCRIPT, PHP, PYTHON and software like Corel draw, Photo Shop, Adobe Aftereffect amongst others.

RESEARCH TEAM

Bali Omolabake Ruth, Sydney Folarin, Olaogun Joseph, Ojifini Fadil, Babajide Michael, Olufolajimi Otitoola, Olutoye Blessing J., Olamide Animashaun, Omolumo Adeife, Omolade Olalemi, Blessing Shesupe, Oyeleye Olaide

 

SPECIAL THANKS TO

Mr & Mrs Daniel Ekong, Barr. Friday Oriuwa of Friday Oriuwa & Co., Akinoso Eniola, The Law Student Society of the University of Lagos

Contact Us

08163575622, 08039144365, 08182106720

preciouscasedictionary@gmail.com