The Energy, Natural Resources and Environment Committee NBA-SBL is charged with the mandate to cover the energy, natural resources and environment sectors of legal practice. It has been established to become the leading forum for discussion, learning and policy within the identified sectors.

The Committee is a meeting place where lawyers can contribute to the analysis of relevant issues affecting the sector within Nigeria, as well as globally, with the aim of elevating the standard of the industry practice to its apex.

Through the NBA-SBL, the Committee upholds the continuing legal education mandate of the Nigerian Bar Association by organizing training sessions, talks, studies and publications. It also intends to encourage participation in the deliberation, drafting and enactment of legislation and policy pertaining to the energy, natural resources and environment sectors of legal practice, where appropriate. The overarching objective of the Committee is to encourage the delivery of qualitative legal services to the public. The Committee is chaired by Mrs. Felicia Kemi Segun.

Committee Chairperson

MRS. FELICIA KEMI SEGUN

Our Committee ExCo

FRONT OFFICE

  • Olumide Anthony Akpata CHAIRMAN
  • Seni Adio, SAN VICE-CHAIRMAN
  • Ayuli Jemide TREASURER
  • Priscilla Ogwemoh SECRETARY
  • Pierre Specht ELECTRICAL DESIGN
  • Maxime De Geyter PROGRAMMER ANALYST

Our Committee ExCo

FRONT OFFICE

  • Olumide Anthony Akpata CHAIRMAN
  • Seni Adio, SAN VICE-CHAIRMAN
  • Ayuli Jemide TREASURER
  • Priscilla Ogwemoh SECRETARY
  • Pierre Specht ELECTRICAL DESIGN
  • Maxime De Geyter PROGRAMMER ANALYST

The Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Committee is concerned with providing a forum for education.

To this end, the Committee provides educational programs and materials for the improvement and learning of practitioners and academics in all ADR procedures. The Committee also aims to contribute to the enhancement of Arbitration and ADR practice in Nigeria, and to draw attention to problems in law, which impede the effective use of these processes.

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