[vc_row triangle_shape="no"][vc_column][vc_column_text][/vc_column_text][vc_column_text]We celebrate our Managing Partner, Adebayo Adenipekun, SAN, FCIArb., FCArb., as he gets featured in the Legal 500 Arbitration Power List for Africa 2021, being a showcase of leading arbitration practitioners in Africa. We are delighted that your immense contributions to arbitration have continued to catch the attention of the world, and to earn you international recognitions such as this. Therefore, as you continue to wax stronger and achieve other ground-breaking feats in the legal profession, we, in turn, remain delighted to be associated with you and the stellar qualities inherent in you.[/vc_column_text][vc_empty_space height="30px"][vc_empty_space height="30px"][vc_empty_space height="11px"][vc_column_text] Click here to download the...Continue reading
I appreciate the organisers of this workshop – International Chamber of Commerce Young Arbitrators Forum (ICC YAF) for the opportunity to speak at this workshop. I recognise every other speaker at this workshop and the amount of resource each speaker has offered at today’s workshop.
At the risk of rehashing what has already been said earlier on, permit me to re-introduce the workshop’s theme. The theme of this session is “Growing a budding ADR Practice”. However, the focus of my discussion is as it pertains to “The Role of Mentors and Sponsors in ADR Practice”. This is a very timely discussion as the practice of ADR is becoming a very viable and attractive practice area. This is seeing the influx of a lot of young practitioners into the ADR scene. Practitioners interested in making a successful practice require to have discussions such as the instant one and this avenue is very much appreciated.