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ITS LESS THAN 24 HOURS TO THE MOST ANTICIPATED FIDA 2021 LAW WEEK

The International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA) Nigeria, Lagos branch 2021 law week kicks off in less than 24 hours, have you registered?

The law week themed-

AFRICAN CHILD’S RIGHT TO LIFE AND A STABLE HOME : TOWARDS ELIMINATING SOCIAL CONFLICTS IN NIGERIA”

The law week will commence with an opening ceremony followed by technical sessions on Wednesday 16th and Thursday 17th June, 2021.

A number of sub-topics will be discussed at the law week, they include – Career Opportunities for female lawyers, Law as a Business: Leveraging Technology To Build A profitable Law Practice, Professional ethics and pursuit of excellence, Going The Extra Mile on Personal And Corporate Standard etc.

The other session will comprise of topics such as – Ending Child Marriage: The effects And Demerits of Child Marriage, Keeping our children safe in the season of insecurity, Your Health and You etc.

With the array of confirmed speakers, the law week promises to be engaging and intellectually rewarding.

The keynote lecture will be delivered by Prof. Ayodele Atsenuwa, whilst the technical sessions

Some of the speakers scheduled to speak include – Victoria Awomolo(SAN), Titilola Akinlawon(SAN), Abimbola Akeredolu (SAN), Maryam Uwais (MFR), Kikelomo Ayeye, Abisola Longer,Ifeoma Williams, Chinasa Amadi, Taiwo Akinlami and Babajide Ogunsanwo.

At the law week, everyone is a discussant.

For enquiries please call Abiola Laseinde on 07031781142 or Caroline on 08033078329.

For Registration, please click on the link below.
Zoom Registration Link

https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZMsceCuqT8iHdUst7qEoKQXZQBiBEo9ijWf

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