NBA-SBL to Establish Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) in Collaboration with the NIALS, LBS and Babcock University

NBA-SBL Chairman, Mr. Seni Adio, SAN

NBA-SBL to Establish Centre for Commercial Law Studies (CCLS) in Collaboration with the NIALS, LBS and Babcock University

The Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo, Ogun has announced that the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) is looking to establish a centre for Commercial Law Studies in the university.

NBA-SBL Chairman, Mr. Seni Adio, SAN

In a press statement signed on Tuesday by the Director, Marketing and Communication of Babcock, Mr. Joshua Suleiman, said the Chairman, NBA Section on Business Law, Mr. Seni Adio (SAN), led a six-man delegation on the 6th of March to explore the possibility of setting up the business Law centre in the university.

Adio, received by Babcock’s President/Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ademola Tayo, said the NBA’s interest in the project centred on improving certain niche areas of law in BU.

He said this would give the students opportunity to develop their proficiencies in areas like: intellectual property, security, banking, finance and technology among others.

According to him, it is necessary for younger lawyers to have practical approach in providing first class legal services and become solution providers in their approach to solving problems.

Adio said the choice of Babcock University was because it was a leading institution not just in Nigeria, but globally.

Also speaking, Chairman, Task Force of the Centre, Osaro Eghobamien (SAN) explained that the training of lawyers was more than just preparing them academically.

Eghobamien said that the markets that consumed their services also required particular skills to achieve their objective.

He noted that these markets were beginning to find out they were not getting these skills from only academic training.

“We are still shopping around, but Babcock University is one of the institutions that we are considering.

“It might be collaboration ultimately, because no one institution might be able to provide everything we need,” Eghobamien said.

Responding, the CV thanked the association for the interest in setting up the centre in the university.

He assured the team that the administration was ready to do everything possible and proper to make the proposed partnership a mutually beneficial one.

“You have won the heart of the administration with this noble project that will give our law graduates an edge in the labour market and in the discharge of practical legal services,” he said.

The leadership of the NBA Section on Business Law, and the Centre’s Task Force have visited the NIALS and Lagos Business School for the same collaboration.

This initiative is part of the objectives of the Section to build capacity and to promote the development of commercial law practice in Nigeria.

The Committee said the Section on Business on Law has keen interest in the development of the legal capacity of law students and junior lawyers.

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