Behind the Legal Frustration

Chinwe Umegbolu

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What has produced this legal frustration? A typical narrative would be the more population of people on earth, the more frustrated the populace will become. In the same vein, the legal system will not be able to contain the demands of the people. Well! Sorry to burst your bubble, though that is not far from the truth, apart from the earth not being able to contain all the frustration. I will leave that for the scientist to decipher. Hence, behind the legal frustration raises a pertinent question on cost and delay in different jurisdiction and the interplay with arbitration in a bid to decongest the courts.

This paper focuses on the problems with litigation, the effectiveness of Arbitration in comparison with litigation and concludes by addressing the issue raised in the question.
Original languageEnglish Canada
Publication statusPublished - 19 Jun 2020


  • Alternative Dispute Resolution
  • Arbitration
  • Litigation
  • Arbitral Institutions
  • United Kingdom
  • Nigeria
  • access to justice
  • International Commercial Arbitration


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