The 14th Annual Lecture of ǼLEX will hold today, Wednesday, November 18, 2020. This year’s edition of the popular lecture will hold virtually with the theme, “Illiteracy, Migration and Insecurity: Nigeria’s Population Time Bomb.”

Among the Speakers for today’s lecture are:

Hon. Abike Dabiri-Erewa – Chairman/CEO, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission; Mr. Mohamed Yahya – Resident Representative, UNDP Nigeria, and Ms. Nyma Akashat-Zibiri – Founding Partner, Cynosure Practice, Barristers and Solicitors and Co-host of TVC’s “Your View.”

The lecture will be moderated by foremost broadcaster, Channels Television Judiciary Correspondent and lawyer, Shola Soyele.

To register, please use the link below:

ǼLEX is a full service commercial & dispute resolution law firm. It is one of the largest law firms in West Africa with offices in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja in Nigeria, and Accra, Ghana. ǼLEX was established in 2004. It has a reputation for impacting the development of both legal and social changes through our Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Pro Bono services.

To commemorate the establishment of the firm in July of 2004, ǼLEX held a lecture which drew from the experience of leaders in government, education, business and economy. The first edition of the lecture which held in July 2005 was very well received, and the lecture has since become one of the most insightful and educational projects to look forward to in the firm’s calendar of yearly events.

ǼLEX Lecture topics cover contemporary issues relevant to the legal
and business world which are delivered in a relaxed and professional manner. Speakers are invited from all parts of the world to speak on a variety of topics relating to the theme of each year.

ǼLEX believes that an important aspect to being able to deliver comprehensive legal services to its clients involves steering the conversations that can stimulate positive changes in Africa’s
economic, educational, political and social circumstances.

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