Three prominent Senior Advocates of Nigeria from the 1999 Nigerian Law School graduating class are set to host their former classmates to a grand reunion dinner in Abuja on August 31st.

Mazi Afam Osigwe SAN, NBA-TCCP Chairman and ex-NBA General Secretary; Chief Emeka Obegolu SAN, also a past NBA General Secretary; and Chief Adamson Adeboro SAN will gather the 1999 alumni for an evening of camaraderie and celebration.

The high-profile event will take place at the Butter Restaurant and Lounge, located at 4 Kampala Street off Ademola Adetokunbo Crescent in Wuse.

The reunion marks over two decades since the distinguished legal professionals qualified from the Nigerian Law School. It provides an opportunity to reconnect and strengthen the bonds formed during their formative law school journey.

With the hospitality of the three Senior Advocate hosts, the 1999 graduating class can reminisce on cherished memories while catching up on today’s legal landscape. Colleagues can relive their shared experiences over dinner and drinks in an elegant atmosphere.

The event stands out as a prime opportunity for the Law School’s Class of 1999 to honor their origins while sharing highlights of their professional achievements and personal milestones over the past 20+ years.

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