Stakeholders in the legal technology and innovation sector will tomorrow brainstorm on emerging trends in the industry at the 2019 Innovation and Tech Law Summit holding in Lagos.

Billed to hold at the popular Commerce House, Victoria Island, Lagos, the event will witness the cream of industry experts dissecting several aspects of the subject.

Below is a Press Statement made available to CITY LAWYER by the organisers of the summit.

The Innovation and Tech Law Network, ITELAN, is delighted to introduce to you her upcoming Innovation and Tech Law Summit. The Summit is supported by the Lagos State Government (Office of Transformation, Creativity, and Innovation)

The Summit will bring together stakeholders within the ecosystem of technology, fintech, regulation and law. The theme for the summit is ‘Ensuring an Enabling Environment for Digital Innovation’

The event will hold in one day and will feature 3-panel discussions and 2 demo presentations.

Date: 29th November, 2019

Venue: No. 1 Idowu Taylor Street, Commerce House, Victoria Island, Lagos State.

Topics include:

Transforming Disruption into Opportunities: the Critical Role of Regulation
The Future of Legal Services Delivery; Navigating the Technology Minefield
Cash and the Digital Age? Legal Implications of Blockchain, AI and Smart Contracts.
Registration Fee: N20,000 Register here:

Speakers at the 2019 Innovation and Tech Law Summit

include Salami Abolore (Founder, Riby), Mr Nsikak John (Head of Enterprise Innovation, Nigerian Stock Exchange), Chidi Nwaogwu (Founder, Publisher), Oluwaseun Alley (Director of Partnerships and Policies, Opay), Adeleke Alex-Adedipe (Partner, DOA Law), Ope Olusoga (CEO, LawPavillion), Israel Aye (Founder,, Chuta Chimezie (Founder, Blockchain Nigeria User Group), David Adeyemi (Zilla) and Director of Innovation, Office of Transformation, Creativity and Innovation (Lagos State Government), among others.

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