A former judge of the Federal High Court, Justice Taiwo Taiwo is among jurists lined up by the Nigerian Law Society (NLS) for its inaugural Annual General Conference (AGC).

According to a statement made available to CITY LAWYER, former Chairman of the Governing Board of Legal Aid Council of Nigeria, Chief Bolaji Ayorinde SAN who will deliver the Keynote Address. He will speak on the topic, “Freedom of association of legal practitioners: Navigating the web of statutory professional regulations.”

Aside from FORMER Bauchi State Governor Mohammed Abubakar who is Chairman of the occasion, Justice Taiwo is Lead Discussant while Hajiya Fatimah Talatu Mohammed, a former Officer at the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC), is also listed as a discussant.

To register for the inaugural NLS AGC, click here https://us06web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__k9HWn4vRSGnz9rIw_IOCg

Below is the full text of the statement.


1st NLS General Conference WEBINAR

Under the distinguished Chairmanship of His Excellency Mohammed A. Abubakar, SAN,

(Fmr Governor of Bauchi State)

Keynote Speaker

Chief Bolaji Ayorinde SAN, OFR

Topic : Freedom of Association of Legal Practitioners; Navigating the Web of Statutory Professional Regulations


1. Hon. Justice Taiwo Taiwo (RTD),

(Retired Judge of the Federal High Court)

2. Hajiya Fatimah Talatu Mohammed

(Fmr officer at CAC)

July 28, 2023 10:00 AM Universal Time UTC

 Register in advance for this webinar:


 After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

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