Nov 2, 2017

Event: Should I stay or should I go – Building a successful practice: UK or Nigeria?

 

The British Nigeria Law Forum and Stephenson Harwood LLP invites you to a seminar: 

“Should I stay or should I go – Building a successful practice: UK or Nigeria?”


Venue: Stephenson Harwood LLP, 1 Finsbury Circus, London EC2M 7SH

Date: Thursday, 30 November 2017

Time: 18.00 – 21:30

To attend click on the link:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-british-nigeria-law-forum-and-stephenson-harwood-llp-invite-you-to-a-seminar-should-i-stay-or-tickets-39427398410?aff=es2

Speakers

Chair: Prof Oba Nsugbe QC, SAN, Pump Court Chambers

Carolann Edwards – Global Director of Learning & Organisational Development, Norton Rose Fulbright
AB Mahmoud – President, Nigerian Bar Association
Kamal Shah – Partner, Stephenson Harwood LLP
Jide Adesokan – Associate, Stephenson Harwood LLP
Ben Uduje – Partner, Charles Anthony LLP (Nigeria) and Barrister, 42 Bedford Row
Topics discussed will include:

How to build a successful practice and reach your potential in the UK or Nigeria
Comparing and contrasting the experience of lawyers in both jurisdictions
Advantages and disadvantages of practice in UK or Nigeria
Tips for success and career progression.
Programme:

18:00 Arrival & Registration

18:30 Seminar begins

Panel Discussion followed by Q & A

20:00 Seminar concludes

Drinks & Canapes served, networking

21:30 Event ends

British Nigeria Law Forum established in 2001 is a vibrant professional organisation made up of British and Nigerian Lawyers and Students. The objectives include career development, promoting and protecting members’ interests, creating business and educational opportunities, engaging with key stakeholders.

Stephenson Harwood LLP is a law firm with over 1000 people worldwide, including more than 150 partners with headquarters in London, with 10 offices across Asia, Europe and the Middle East.

For enquiries on how to join BNLF/Advertise/Sponsor contact: info@bnlf.org.uk or Rebecca Okoria (07506 991 579)

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