IBA Africa Regional Forum Conference 2017 Holds in Ghana

Labadi Beach Hotel Venue of the IBA Africa Regional Conference

The 2017 International Bar Association (IBA) Africa Regional Forum Conference would hold in Ghana between 15th -17th November, 2017. The Conference with the theme: “Rising to the Challenge of Africa’s Economic Development – the Role of the Legal Profession” would see African Lawyers converge in the formal Gold Coast for two days. The venue of the Conference is the prestigious Labadi Beach Hotel Accra Ghana.

In a message by the President of the Mr. Benson Nutsukpui, the Regional Conference would afford African Lawyers an opportunity to network and share ideas on how African Lawyers may play an enhanced role on the rising continent.

Past and present African Leaders who would speak at the conference includes Former Nigerian President, Olusegun Obasanjo, Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Former President of South Africa Thabo Mbeki. Also to speak at the Conference are the Chief Justices of Nigeria, Kenya and the host country Ghana, among many other renowned speakers.

Meanwhile early bird registration for the Regional conference has commenced. The registration fee schedule is under listed.

Delegates Resident in Ghana USD 300 USD 400
Delegates from Other African Countries USD 350 USD 400
Young Lawyers (Less than 5yrs experience at the Bar) USD 200 USD 250
International Delegates(Non African) USD 500 USD 600

Early Bird: Before 30th September 2017

Late Registration: On or after 30th September 2017

For other Add-ons and Events Registrations please log on to the IBA Africa Regional Forum Conference 2017 website on http://www.ibaafricaconference.org/registeration-intro.php

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