The Nigerian Bar Association’s Institute of Continuing Legal Education (NBA-ICLE) has forged a groundbreaking alliance with Tax Notes International, granting NBA members an exclusive two-month free subscription. This strategic partnership underscores NBA-ICLE’s unwavering dedication to elevating the legal community’s knowledge and capabilities.

In an official statement issued by Mr. Tobenna Erojikwe, Chairman of the Governing Board of the NBA-ICLE, members are strongly encouraged to seize this invaluable opportunity by promptly registering for their free access via the provided link:

The statement from Mr. Tobenna Erojikwe reads as follows:


Dear Distinguished Colleagues,

Further to the above ongoing training series, we are happy to inform you that the NBA-ICLE has secured a two month free trial access subscription for Tax Notes International publications.

To take advantage of the offer, please click on the link below and complete the relevant fields.

Kind regards

Tobenna Erojikwe

Chairman Governing Board NBA-ICLE.”

This collaborative initiative with Tax Notes International represents the latest milestone achieved by the NBA-ICLE in its relentless pursuit of empowering legal professionals with essential knowledge and resources.

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