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27 Dec 2022
Experts and other stakeholders in international commercial arbitration have called for greater devotion to independence, impartiality, integrity, as well as mentoring of the next generation to sustain legitimacy of the practice of arbitration in Nigeria. This was part of a recommendation made at the International Arbitration Conference organised by the Committee on International Commercial Arbitration…

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