“As you may be aware, prompt dispute resolution and enforcement of judgments are areas of keen interest for any serious minded foreign investor. “By providing legal practitioners and judges with tools and products that help them perform efficiently, effectively and optimally, we are contributing immensely to national development and growth and supporting our government to achieve its goals and objectives,” he said. The firm, which designs legal software, was a Silver sponsor at the International Bar Association (IBA) Annual Conference in Vienna, Austria. On why the firm co-sponsered the conference, Olugasa said: “Considering the percentage of Nigerian lawyers and judges who attend this foremost Conference, we were persuaded that it was high time the Nigerian legal industry be portrayed in a clearer focus and this influenced the company’s decision to be a part sponsor of the Annual Conference of the IBA, after being Headline sponsor to the IBA Investing in Africa Conference held in New York sometime in June 2015. “LawPavilion is very passionate about raising the bar in legal practice, which decision continues to influence the products and services rendered by the company. “Selling the Nigerian legal services industry story is very important to our corporate goal of being the undisputed partner to the 21st Century legal practitioner in Nigeria and Africa at large.” He stated that the value of such positioning is immeasurable to the company, but portends even more benefits to the Nigerian and African legal services industry. “By being a Silver Sponsor of the IBA 2015 Conference and exhibiting the company’s products, it has become apparent to the whole world that Nigerian jurisprudence is well developed and advanced, enough to allay any fears that might be entertained by intending investors. The rationale also influenced the nature of the company’s most recent product, which has so far received accolades and commendation from the legal industry. “It is also the company’s expectation that by showcasing the best of technologies in legal research and jurisprudence, the government at both state and federal levels would see the need to provide access to funds for small and medium sized businesses operating in Nigeria, but who have a global vision.” He stated that at LawPavilion, one of the driving forces behind the successes recorded so far by the company is the drive to export technology from Nigeria to the rest of the world, thereby demonstrating that indeed technology put to good use is a leveller and provides ample opportunities for all and sundry to be active in today’s global village. In terms of products, he revealed that the company recently re-launched and released a first-of-its-kind product, the Solicitors’ Toolkit (STK) into the market. He said: “The STK is a software targeted significantly at Legal Practitioners who work in commercial/corporate circles and contains updated Laws of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Laws of States, Regulations, Guidelines and Policies from MDAs, Decided Commercial Cases of the Federal High Court, National Industrial Court, Tax Appeal Tribunal, High Court of Lagos State, High Court of the FCT, Abuja. “The software also contains Forms and Agreements in templates that are editable whilst keeping the original boilerplate.” Mr Olugasa reiterated that LawPavilion remains committed to churning out excellent products that enhance the professional work of legal practitioners and judges in Nigeria especially and Africa at large. He also intimated that the company is working on new products that will be revolutionary and ground-breaking in scope and capacity to facilitate extensive growth and improvement in the legal services industry. “We remain pioneers, never resting on our oars because the more we engage our subscribers and clients, the more we see their pain-points and we are resolute to find lasting solutions that will improve the justice delivery system in our great country. “Moreover, our vision is to provide superior legal technology support for the African Legal Community, promoting Nigerian youths’ ability to export technology and intellectual property. We think this is unique and would love all the support we can get to make it a reality. This is why we are not resting on our oars, and will continue to push the boundaries. We believe in the Nigerian dream and will consistently pursue it, not being discouraged nor deterred by the seeming lack of enabling environment. In doing so, at times, we experience disappointments, mistakes and failures, but we learn from them and strive on, always guided by the popular Michael Angelo saying: ‘The greatest danger for most of us is not that our aim is too high and we miss it, but that it is too low and we reach it’ “]]>

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