At the Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL)we understand that as our world continues to outgrow national frameworks, we see increasing demand for international dialogue and collaboration, and in some cases, rules and guidelines.
Membership is open to any member of the NBA upon satisfactory completion of this form and payment of the Section’s dues which are:
Please note that payment of ‘a’ and ‘b’ above entitles you to one free membership to any of the Section’s committees of your choice, and you can also join as many committees as you can be committed to.
The Section is currently made up of eighteen (18) committees that exist solely to promote the participation of members of the NBA towards achieving the objectives of the Section. Please tick (√) the box beside any of the committees you wish to join as listed in Part B of this form and insert “F” in the box beside the committee that you have chosen as your free membership committee.
METHOD OF PAYMENT:
Pay all Section dues into any of the bank account as follows:
BANK NAME: STERLING BANK PLC
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 0039791662
ACCOUNT NAME: SECCTION ON BUSINESS LAW (NBA)
SUBMISSION AND ENQUIRIES
Submission of the duly completed application form and any enquiry should be made to:
NBA Section on Business Law, NBA House, Plot 1101 Cadastral Zone A00, Central Business District, Abuja.
SBL Secretariat, 27 Ribadu Street, Off Norman Williams, South West, Ikoyi. Lagos.
Telephone: 09038000094-5; +234-8054881300; +234-8168635960.
Email: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
To promote the delivery of qualitative legal services to the public
To promote and provide Continuing Legal Education (CLE) to members of the Section
To promote uniform study on the common interest of business law practitioners locally and internationally
To guide, assist and organise enlightenment programmes for the Section’s Committees, Legislative bodies and/or parastatals in deliberation, drafting and enactment of legislations pertaining to commercial and business issues in Nigeria
To undertake such related activities as may be approved by the Section’s Council from time to time.
To promote the exchanges of views and information among the Section and other like-minded bodies as to the laws, practices and procedures affecting the Section, locally and internationally.
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