The Law Week Planning Committee of NBA Lagos Branch has acceded to pleas from intending conferees to extend the Early Bird window.
According to Mr. Tola Oshobi SAN, the extension became necessary to accommodate more conferees who desire to attend the Law Week.
The Early Bird window has now been extended to Wednesday, April 18, 2018.
He however warned that “no further extension shall be granted for any reason.” Regular rates kick in from Thursday, April 19.
The much coveted Early Bird rates are as follows
*EARLY BIRD RATES (in brackets)*
1-7 years – 3,500 (pay N2,800)
8-15 years – 5,000 (pay N4,000)
16-19 years – 7,000 (pay N5,600)
20 years & above – 10,000 (pay N8,000)
SANs & Benchers – 15,000 (pay N12,000)
The rates entitle conferees to admissions to the cocktails/party, plenary sessions etc.
The theme for the NBA Lagos Branch 2018 Annual Law Week is “Human Capital and the Legal Profession in the 21st Century”. Apart from the Plenary Sessions, this year’s Law Week will witness special activities including Young Lawyers Session, Health Walk and Health Check, Ankara Rave Party, and Elders’ Nite.
Over 40 speakers have confirmed attendance as a part of the stellar faculty.
The prestigious City Hall, Lagos is slated to host the opening ceremony and plenary sessions.
Account Name: NIGERIA BAR ASSOCIATION EVENTS.
Account Number: 0728253326.
Bank: ACCESS BANK.
Conferees may also pay via Online transfer to the Access Bank Account above.
Print out evidence of payment/payment slip and bring alongside your Registration Form to the NBA Lagos Branch Office at City Hall, Lagos Island, to obtain an official receipt.
Conferees may also register at the Branch Office via hassle-free POS payment.
Please ensure that the payee’s name is the same as that of the intending conferee or participant.
Email evidence of payment and Registration Form to: firstname.lastname@example.org and email@example.com
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