Dec 20, 2019

10 Reasons You Should Register For the International Trade and Conflict Management Training for Lawyers

1.      The AfCFTA has officially become the largest free trade agreement since the World Trade Organisation (WTO) agreement in 1995, with about 1.3 billion Africans and a combined GDP of over $3.4 billion.

2. To contribute to its success lawyers need to improve their knowledge of and competence in trade and business law and be proactive in advising clients.”

3.      The theme is "LAWYERS AT THE CENTRE OF AFRICAN TRADE" where the modules will be focused on improving the capacity of Nigerian lawyers in handling international trade transactions.

4.      The Members of Faculty have been carefully selected to ensure participants learn from the very best in the areas of law. Most certainly our members of faculty will bring to bear their expertise and experience which will benefit participants immensely.  

5.      The Modules focus on equipping Lawyers with the necessary skills and competence required in handling cross – border transactions.

6.      Participants will learn the international regime for registering intellectual property rights.

7.      Conflict Management includes the ability to negotiate and resolve disputes timely and professionally while maintaining the business relationship of parties.

8.      Participants will be equipped with the skills and competence in participating in and handling International Arbitrations.

9.      The registration fee is little compared to the immense value that participants stand to gain at the training.

10. Participants will be equipped with the necessary skill required to advance their legal careers and position their firms for huge profits.

Details of the Training include -

·        Theme:  Lawyers at the center of African Trade

·        Modules:  

-         Negotiation & Conflict Management 

-         International Arbitration 

-         Cross Border Finance 

-         International Trade Law

-         Production Sharing Contracts

-         Intellectual Property Law

·        Date: 30th and 31st of January, 2020 

·        Time: 9am – 5pm daily

·        Venue: Neca House, Hakeem Balogun Street, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos

·        Audience: Lawyers

·        Aims & Objectives: To train lawyers on how they may take advantage of the opportunities presented by the African Continental Free Trade Agreement.

Registration Details

Fee per delegate     - N50,000                                                                   

Early Bird (Ends January 7, 2020) - N35,000

Account Details

Lawlexis International Limited

Fidelity Bank


Note that all payment confirmation and delegate information should be sent to For contact and sponsorship details, Please contact Lawlexis on 09095635314; 08055424566 or email