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Don examines legal education in 21st century at law school class 89 lecture


A professor of law at the Abia State University, Uturu, Ezenwa Ngwakwe, would deliver the 30th anniversary lecture of the law school class of 1989 in Abuja.

Ngwakwe, who is a member of the class would examine “Legal Education in the 21st Century”, at the Nigerian Law School, Bwari, Abuja between November 29 and 30th.

According to the organisers, the event on the 29th, under the chairmanship of the Chairman, Council of Legal Education (CLE), Chief Emeka Ngige (SAN) would feature the launching of an e-learning/e-mentoring/e-CLE portal set up by the class of 1989 to support quality training and retraining of Law School students and lawyers, especially young lawyers.

Other activities scheduled to commemorate the 30th anniversary ceremonies include charity walk, prison visit, black tie dinner and awards ceremony on November 30 at the NAF Event Centre, Kado, Abuja.

Class chairman, Mr. Emeka Albert, confirmed that the event promises a fun-filled reunion that is attracting members from all over the world to reconnect after so many years. He says that the e – platform to be launched is a first in Africa and will transform legal education and legal practice in Nigeria within a short period.

“Many of the members expected to attend and receive the merit award include Justices of the Court of Appeal, High Court judges, learned SANs, and professors of law,” he stated.


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