SPIDEL Kicks Off Early Bird Registration For 2021 CONFAB


Registration has commenced for the eagerly awaited 2021 Annual Conference of the resurgent Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL).

Coming on the heels of the famous 2019 Annual Conference which held last November in the commercial city of Aba, Abia State, next year’s conference will hold in the ancient city of Ibadan, Oyo State from February 17 to February 20, 2021. The theme of the conference is “The Role of Public Interest in Governance in Nigeria.”

A statement by the Chairman of the Media & Publicity Sub-committee, Mr. Emeka Nwadioke shows that early bird registration will end on Monday, February 8, 2021.

Other registration details are as follows:

Categories Early Bird Registration
Late Registration
1 – 5 years Post Call
N5,000 N7,500
6 – 10 years Post Call
N7,000 N10,000
11 – 15 years Post Call
N10,000 N20,000
16 – 20 years Post Call
N15,000 N40,000
Above 20 years Post Call
N20,000 N50,000
SAN, AGs, Benchers
N50,000 N100,000
N25,000 N25,000
Justices, Judges, Khadis
N30,000 N30,000
Senior Citizens
N20,000 N20,000
N20,000 N20,000
Political Appointees
N50,000 N100,000

To register, please click on the link below:

You may also pay into the following account:
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0775676671
Send all proof of payment to info@nbaspidel.ng and nbaspidel@nigerianbar.org.ng

For enquiries, please call 08003331111, 08069566120 or email nbaspidel@nigerianbar.org.ng

Giving more insights on the conference, the Conference Planning Committee (CPC) Chairman, Mr. Monday Ubani and Secretary, Mr. Wole Jimi-Bada said in a statement: “Recall that the last conference of the Section took place in Aba, Abia State and was a tremendous success, as everyone that participated attested to the richness of the conference that was clinically executed by the Chairman of the Section, Dr. Paul Ananaba SAN and the Conference Planning Committee headed by Mr. Chibuike Nwokeukwu SAN. Next year’s conference with the central theme of ‘The Role of Public Interest in Governance in Nigeria’ promises to be an earth-shaking event that will attract the crème de la crème of the noble profession and the political class in Nigeria.

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“The three-day event has a load of sub-themes such as ‘Public interest and the respect of the rights of citizens to protest against certain policies of government,’ ‘The legality of Commission of Inquiry of the State Government over Police Brutality,’ ‘Enforcement of Judgement’ and ‘Locus standi in the light of the recent Supreme Court case of Centre for Oil Pollution Watch Vs NNPC’ among others.

“The event taking place in the ancient city of Ibadan in the South West promises to be an experience every lawyer whose interest is geared towards serving the cause of the masses will treasure for a long time. The various speakers that will be Resource Persons for the Conference will include the best array of experts on public interest litigation, top political decision makers and the shakers and movers of the Nigerian economy.

“The Conference will be declared open by the hardworking Governor of Oyo State, His Excellency, Mr. Seyi Makinde who has in his cabinet two active members of the Bar that were recently elevated to the Inner Bar. These are the Chairman of the Local Conference Planning Committee, Mr. Abiola Olagunju SAN who also heads the Oyo State Independent Electoral Commission and Professor Oyelowo Oyewo SAN, the Oyo State Attorney General and Commissioner for Justice. They will be pivotal to the successful hosting of the Conference next year in Oyo State.

“The indomitable President of the Nigerian Bar Association Mr. Olumide Akpata; the Head of the Secretariat, Mrs. Joyce Oduah, and the entire National Officers, including the National Executive Committee of the Bar have expressed their support for the forthcoming conference that promises not to be forgotten in a hurry for a long to come in the annals of NBA.”

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