No less than 5000 lawyers attended the recent Intellectual Property Law Training organized by the Institute of Continuing Legal Education of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA-ICLE).

According to a statement made available to CITY LAWYER, another 12- Day training by the NBA-ICLE on Criminal Litigation will start on May 4, 2023.

Below is the full text of the statement.


Dear Distinguished Colleagues,

Further to the completion of the Second Edition of the Intellectual Property Law Training, please find attached the following course materials for your use:

  1. Nigeria’s IP Strategy & Policy – Prof Bankoke Sodipo SAN;
  2. Intellectual Property Due Diligence – Femi Agaba;
  3. The Role of the Intellectual Property Lawyer in the 21st Century – Chinasa Uwanna; and
  4. Intellectual Property: The Basics- Simi Oyelude.

We are grateful to the Intellectual Property Law Faculty of the NBA-ICLE for the very insightful presentations and thank the 5,585 colleagues who participated in the training.

NBA-ICLE CPD points were awarded for each day of the training and certificates issued to participants by email. Reach Sarah Omega at sarah.ajijola@nigerianbar.org.ng or at +234 906 516 5822 should you have any complaints regarding the certificates.

Please note that the 12- Day training on Criminal Litigation starts on the 4th of May 2023.

Kind regards,

Tobenna Erojikwe
Chairman, Board of NBA
Institute of Continuing Legal Education (NBA-ICLE) .

To join our Telegram platform, please click here 

COPYRIGHT 2022 CITY LAWYER. Please send emails to citylawyermag@gmail.com. Join us on Facebook at https://web.facebook.com/City-Lawyer-Magazine-434937936684320 and on TWITTER at https://twitter.com/CityLawyerMag. To ADVERTISE in CITY LAWYER, please email citylawyermag@gmail.com or call 08138380083.

All materials available on this Website are protected by copyright, trade mark and other proprietary and intellectual property laws. You may not use any of our intellectual property rights without our express written consent or attribution to www.citylawyermag.com. However, you are permitted to print or save to your individual PC, tablet or storage extracts from this Website for your own personal non-commercial use.