CIArb News

Report on Mock Arbitration

30 May 2018

The Annual Young Members Group (YMG) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb), Nigeria Branch Mock Arbitration held on Tuesday 3 April, 2018 at the Nigerian Law School (NLS), Lagos Campus, Victoria Island, Lagos State, Nigeria.

The Arbitral Panel

The Arbitral panel and the participants demonstrated to the hundreds of NLS students present, how a preliminary meeting would usually be conducted and they answered questions from the students.

The Arbitral Panel at the event was made up of Mrs Sola Adegbonmire FCIArb C. Arb, Mrs. Folashade Alli FCIArb, C. Arb and Mr. Emuobonuvie Majemite ACIArb.  The YMG members that participated were; Mr. Ayomide Ayo-Olumoko, Mr. AfolabiAdedipe, Ms. EzinneAriri Mr. Faruq Abass and Miss Dupe Amure (a  YMG member and NLS student who acted as the Administrative Secretary).

The lead counsel Ms. EzinneAriri and Mr. Ayomide Ayo-Olumoko were informed that as a reward for their hard work and diligence they are to be the first awardees of the soon to be re-launched YMG mentorship program.   Ms. EzinneAriri will be mentored by the Chair of the Branch Mrs Adedoyin Rhodes- Vivour while Mr. Ayomide Ayo-Olumoko SAN will be mentored by the first Vice-Chair Mr Tunde Busari SAN.

Cross-section of students and attendees

Cross-section of students and attendees

Cross-section of students and attendees

 

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