Catholic Lawyers under the aegis of National Association of Catholic Lawyers (NACL), Lagos Archdiocese is set to hold its 4th Professional Development Seminar. The 2018 Seminar would feature a Seminar in the morning and a Colloquium in the afternoon. NACL has arrayed seasoned resource persons that would ensure that participants are richly impacted.
The Seminar Schedule is as follows:
Date: Saturday, 28th April, 2018.
Venue: Colonades Hotel, 21 Kingsway Road, Ikoyi, Lagos.
Time: Seminar Begins at 9am while the Colloquium starts 11:30am
Morning Sessions: Seminar – Exploring Emerging Areas of Law Practice.
Two eminent Speakers will be addressing the participants, on the above topic on the areas set out below:
Mrs Bisi Adeyemi Managing Director, DCSL Corporate Services Limited who would be will be speaking on the opportunities available to lawyers in 21st Century Law Practice.
Mr Emeka Ndu of C & I Leasing Plc who would speak on current developments in his area of specialization. He is expected to address participants from the viewpoint of a corporate body requiring the services of in-house and external counsel in modern business transactions. Bearing in mind that the frontiers of Law Practice are being pushed on a daily basis, it would be most rewarding to participate in a Session which will explode into new opportunities for Law Practice.
Afternoon Session: Colloquium – The Nigeria: Its People Desire, Deserve and Demand.Citizen’s and Government’s Collective Task of Building a Sustainable, Responsive and Accountable New Nigeria – Lead Speaker- Professor Pat Utomi, (Founder / CEO, Centre for Values and Leadership).
A People’s Constitution as an Instrument of Growth and Development in a New Nigeria. – Professor Akin Oyebode former Professor of International Law and Jurisprudence University of Lagos.
Building Strong Democratic Institutions: An Imperative for the Common Good in Nigeria. – Ms. Idayat Hassan Director, Centre for Democracy and Development (CDD Abuja).
Education in the Search for Effective Leadership in Nigeria – Dr Chi Chi Aniagolu Okoye of Wateraid, a Not- for- Profit organization headquartered in London.
The Youth as Agents in the Restructuring of Nigeria – Prof. Charles Ukeje Reader in International Relations, Obafemi Awolowo University.
Pseudo Religion and Ethnicity –A Bane to Accountable and Transparent Leadership in Nigeria – Rev. Fr. Prof. Anthony Akinwale Vice Chancellor, Dominican University Nigeria.
Registration: N5, 000
For registration, enquiries contact:email@example.com, or call Ekanem Nakanda 08034157325 or Kingsley Ekwem (08052471695)