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International law association holds annual conference


To examine issues in the development and practice of international business and human rights law in Nigeria, Nigerian branch of the International Law Association (ILA-NG) will on March 5, 2019 hold its annual conference.

In a statement by the organizers, the conference, which will hold at Arbitration Centre, will focus on emerging business and human rights norms in international law as well as how the interpretation and application of international law could support businesses in this important area.

“This year’s conference will provide a significant opportunity for stakeholders, especially corporate lawyers, and non-lawyers in business, government, economic and financial spheres, to sharpen their understanding of the contours of this emerging area of international law,” the Chairman of the conference organizing committee, Professor Damilola S. Olawuyi stated. 


Lawyers, non-lawyers in business and financial spheres, academics, advocate, practitioners and students interested in international law, would attend the conference, he said.

Branch President, Prof. Fidelis Oditah (SAN), Prof. Ibironke Odumosu, Dr. Babatunde Ajibade, (SAN) and Seni Adio, SAN would be among the speakers.

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