ESTHER JIMOH TO SPEAK ON ‘CULTURAL BIAS’ TOMORROW
A leading candidate for the position of Vice Chairman of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA), Lagos Branch, Esther Ifeoma Jimoh will tomorrow on WAZOBIA Max TV speak on the topic “Cultural Bias”. The programme will air at 8 am.
Jimoh, who is the Principal Counsel of Estelle Attorneys & Legal Consult, currently serves as a member of the branch Human Rights Committee as well as the Ethics, Compliance and Dispute Resolution Committee. A senior lawyer, Jimoh is also a member of the 2023 Law Week Planning Committee of the branch.
She is the Chairperson of the Prisons Watch Committee of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), Ikeja Branch, a member of the African Women Lawyers Association (AWLA) and a member of the Pro Bono Group of the National Association of Catholic Lawyers (NACL), Lagos Archdiocese.
Reputed as a rights advocate, Jimoh is also a member of the NBA Section on Public Interest and Development Law (NBA-SPIDEL) among other professional associations.
She was recently cleared by the NBA Lagos Branch 2023 Electoral Committee to contest for the position of Vice Chairman during the forthcoming branch elections scheduled to hold on 27th June, 2023.
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