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5 Nov
Oyo State Governor Seyi Makinde, yesterday, urged Nigerians to embrace the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). This, he said, would reduce the stress on Nigerian Courts and is a tidier way to resolve matters.
2 Nov
The Chartered Institute of Arbitration (CIArb) Nigeria branch’s yearly conference, which aims at securing Africa’s ascent on the global Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) stage, is set to hold.
29 Apr 2021
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb) has appointed Gbola Akinola as its new chairman.
6 Nov 2019
The Chartered Institute of Arbitrators Nigeria Branch (CIArb) has sought ways to identify challenges and proffer solutions to the advancement of arbitration in Africa.
14 Nov 2017
Arbitration practice as one of the alternative dispute resolution mechanisms is gradually gaining momentum in Nigeria. This followed sustained advocacy, spearheaded...
9 Nov 2017
Chairperson of the institute, Mrs. Adedoyin Rhodes-Vivour expressed optimism that the Arbitration and Conciliation Amendment Bill would soon be passed into law by the National Assembly.

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