STANDING Conference of Mediation Advocates (SCMA) in collaboration with the Nigerian Bar Association Institute of Continuing Legal Education is offering “AN INTRODUCTION TO MEDIATION ADVOCACY SKILLS”

The training which will commence on Wed., 23rd  Feb. and ends Thurs., 24th Feb 2023 is scheduled for 10:00 am-2:30 pm daily.

The venue is online while the course fee is N35,000.

COURSE OVERVIEW: The new age of law demands that the 21st Century lawyer acquires the multi-disciplinary skills of Mediation Advocacy indicated by Negotiation, Psychology, Commercial Sagacity and a team strategy approach to the provision of legal solutions in Civil and Commercial cases. Your training as a Mediation Advocate will enable you to acquire the skills of the new practice of law through the Multi-Door Courthouses.

THE BENEFIT OF THE TRAINING INCLUDE:
*Fast track resolution of clients’ disputes
*Increased fee-earning from greater number of satisfied clients
*Guaranteed enforcement of resolved cases
*Certificate of Attendance
*NBA CLE Credit Points

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
*Legal practitioners
*In-house counsel
*Professionals (Engineers, Accountants, HR Practitioners, Medical Doctors, etc)
*Senior Public Servants as well as Corporate Executive in the private Sector
*Referrers to ADR.

METHOD OF APPLICATION: Interested participants are to fill the course registration form online @ www.scmanigeria.com and pay the course fee to STANDING CONFERENCE OF MEDIATION ADVOCATES LTD, ZENITH BANK PLS, ACCOUNT NO: 1014338480 to STANDING CONFERENCE OF MEDIATION ADVOCATES, ZENITH BANK PLS, ACCOUNT NO: 1014338480.

PAYMENT should be made on or before Monday, February, 21st 2022.

For inquires, please contact EVELYN: 0803-434 3955  Or TINO: 0805-383-4850.

Book On Banking regulation In Africa: The Case Of Nigeria And Other Developing Economies

written by Dr Folashade Adeyemo, lecturer at the University of Reading, UK. This book contributes to the ongoing discourse and calls to improve the banking regulatory regime in Africa.

To Order: This book may will be released 29 December 2021 and can be purchased on Routledge, Amazon or Blackwells. Dr Adeyemo may be contacted at F.Adeyemo@reading.ac.uk