THE FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION & PRACTICE IN NIGERIA – What Role for Diaspora Lawyers?

Dear Students,

We hope you have had an interesting break so far and are gearing up for the new academic session. We wish to congratulate the new undergraduates and graduates and also the Masters students who have recently handed in their dissertations. We wish you all Good luck in your future endeavours.

We were recently contacted by the British Nigerian Law Forum (BNLF) about their upcoming event which we believe presents a great opportunity to those of you looking to study Law and practice either in the UK or Nigeria. It will also be beneficial to those of you already practicing in the UK and would like to contribute to the development of Nigeria’s Legal system.

Students have been offered a £2 discount on tickets to attend, so please take advantage and register via the link below or contact admin@nsuuk.org.

(Registeration link) – http://lnkd.in/6pMzVM

Event Details are as follows –

British Nigeria Law Forum (BNLF) invites you to a seminar

THE FUTURE OF LEGAL EDUCATION & PRACTICE IN NIGERIA – What Role for Diaspora Lawyers?

Date – Thursday 12th September 2013, 6.30 pm – 9.30 pm

Venue – Berwin Leighton Paisner, Adelaide House, King William St, London Bridge EC4R 9HA.

Speakers

Chair of the Panel: OCJ Okocha SAN, MFR, Chairman, Council of Legal Education

Mr Lanre Onadeko incoming DG of the Nigerian Law School

Dr Gbolahan Elias SAN, a law scholar & practising lawyer.

Cost £12 , Students £10 – payable in advance

(Registeration link) http://lnkd.in/6pMzVM