February 3, 2023

What is a Final Written Address?

Final Address has been defined as a document intended for the court which summarizes the relevant facts, the law and a proposed analysis of a case, on behalf of a litigant.

How to Write a Final Written Address?

To get an a comprehensive guide on how to prepare a Final written address for use in a Nigerian Court, you can read our three series article using the links below;

A Non-boring Guide for Preparing Your Next Final Written Address – Part 1

A Non-boring Guide for Preparing Your Next Final Written Address – Part 2

A Non-boring Guide for Preparing Your Next Final Written Address – Part 3


In the sample drafts hereunder, you will find the format for a Defendant’s final written address both in a civil and criminal matter.

Sample 1: Sample of Defendant’s Final Written Address in a Criminal Matter

Sample 2: Sample of a Defendant’s Final Written Address in a Civil Suit

Sample 3: Sample Written Address in A Fundamental Human Rights Matter

We do hope the foregoing assists your research and legal work.

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