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Firm pledges to boost digitalisation of legal practice in Nigeria


Managing partner Prince William-Joel

Prince Joel and Associates, an indigenous law firm has pledged to boost the digitalisation of legal practice in Nigeria.

According to the managing partner Prince William-Joel, the aim is to integrate digital technologies into law services to meet the yearnings and aspirations of the general public on legal issues in a less stressful fast and cost efficient manner.

William-Joel who was recently conferred an award of recognition by the British Nigeria Law Forum (BNLF), over his innovation of cutting edge technology and digital possibilities in the practice of law within and outside Nigeria, said in a statement that, there is need to continuously deploy the instrument of law in resolution of issues for clients and the general public in line with local and international best practices.

“I feel honoured to have been conferred the BNLF award of recognition for my work.

It is a further boost to the determination to uphold the rule of law and attain the standard of the pragmatic change of the legal market for sustainable prevalence in law and digitalization.

“The BNLF took special recognition of our foray into the world of digitalization of legal practice in Nigeria, which have accelerated the prevalence of legal luminary for the general public,” he said.

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