SCMA in Collaboration with NBA Presents Training on Mediation Advocacy Skills

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The Standing Conference of Mediation Advocates (SCMA) in collaboration with the Nigerian Bar Association Institute of Continuing Education is set to hold a training on the Theme: An Introduction to Mediation Advocacy Skills

Date: 29th and 30th September
Time 10:am – 2:30pm Daily
Venue: Online

Who should Attend?

  • Legal Practitioners
  • In-house counsel
  • Professionals (Engineers, Accountants, HR Practitioners, Medical Professionals, etc.)
  • Senior Public Servants as well as Corporate Executives in the Private Sector
  • Referrers to ADR

Benefits

  • Fast-track resolution of clients’ disputes
  • Increased fee earnings from greater numbers of satisfied clients
  • Guaranteed enforcement of resolved cases
  • Certificate of Attendance
  • NBA CLE Credit Points

Course Fee

The Fee for the course is  N35,000

Payment

Payment should be made on or before Friday, 25th September, 2020 to

Account Name: Standing Conference of Mediation Advocates,
Bank: Zenith Bank PLC
Account No: 1014338480
Further details:

Course Review:

The new age of law demands that the 21st Century Lawyer acquires the multi-disciplinary skills of Mediation Advocacy indicated by negotiation, psychology, commercial sagacity and a team strategy approach to the provision of legal solutions in civil and commercial causes. Your training as a Mediation/Advocate will enable you acquire the skills of the new practice of law through the Multi-Door Courthouses.

 About SCMA

 The Standing Conference on Mediation Advocates is a UK based not for profit international organisation. It is one of only a handful organisation in the world recognized in this field by the International Mediation Institute (IMI). It is an approved advocacy training provider to the Bar Standard Board of England and Wales. It operates in Nigeria through a subsidiary company limited by Guarantee.

For further inquiries, contact:

Evelyn: 08034343955

Tino: 08053834850

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