The Law and Individual Rights Sub-committee of the Nigerian Bar Assocaition Section on Legal Practice (NBA-SLP) chaired by Mr. Steve Adehi, SAN, FCIArb will today hold a webinar on digital rights and data protection.

According to details made available to CITY LAWYER, the theme of the webinar is “Digital Rights and Data Protection: The Roles and Opportunities for Lawyers.” Time is 10 am to 11 am.

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The NBA-SLP was established at the Annual General Conference (AGC) of the Nigerian Bar Association held in Enugu in 2003. The NBA-SLP Council was appointed at the NBA National Executive Committee (NEC) meeting held in Ilorin, Kwara State in July 2004.

The Section is structured to assist members of the legal profession develop and improve their legal services to the public. Core objectives of the Section include: To promote the exchange of information and views among individual members of the Section and other like-minded bodies as to the laws, practices and procedures affecting the Section locally and internationally; To assist members to develop and improve their legal services to the public; To undertake such related activities as may be approved by the Section’s council from time to time, and to promote and provide Continuing Legal Education.

Restating the mandate of the Section, its Chairman, Chief Ferdinand Orbih SAN said: “Your Section is arguably the largest section of the Nigerian Bar Association in scope and relevance in legal practice. As we transit generations, we intend to expand, and build the next generation of lawyers in the right conduct, depth and versatility.

“We fully intend to expand our work with the creation of new committees, particularly in emerging practice areas. Registered members can get involved in the work of the SLP by engaging with chairmen and the committees of the SLP.”

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