Aug 22, 2020

3 Things You Can Do Ahead Of The #NBA2020AGC

The NBA Annual General Conference kicks off in 3 days and we are so excited about it. According to Mr. Kunle Edun, the NBA Publicity Secretary, over 15,000 lawyers have registered for the conference, a number significantly higher than the 2019 conference.

As we get ready for the conference, here are 3 things you can do in anticipation.

1.      Look through the list of speakers

Visit the NBA Conference Website and scroll through the list of speakers, you will definitely find a number of speakers who spark your interest and whom you will like to listen to. Some include Former President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo GCON; the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Rt. Hon. Femi Gbajabiamila; Hon. Justice Tanko Muhammad, Chief Justice of Nigeria; Governor Nyesom Wike, Governor of Rivers State; Lord Angus Glennie, QC, Of the Privy Council & Judge Of the Appellate Court of Scotland and Steven Richman, Former Chair, American Bar Association Section of International Law, just to mention a few. You can find the list of speakers here.


2.      Check out the Sessions

The NBA Conference website lists some of the sessions scheduled to hold at the Annual General Conference, some of these include the sessions on the State of the Nation; Of Layoffs, Furloughs and Redundancy, a discussion on recent developments on labour and employment issues in light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, and A Dialogue on Insolvency and Economic Recovery. You can find the list of sessions here on the NBAAGC Forum.


3.      Network and Engage on the NBA Forums

The NBAAGC Website showcases forums for each of the sessions where lawyers can network and engage. The Forum allows you connect with many of the 15,000 delegates who have registered form various parts of the world and diverse practice areas. The Forums are also platforms to meet up with old friends and buddies. You can join some of the forums here.

So what are you waiting for? If you are yet to register, log on to the NBA Website here


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