Colloquium Agenda

African CLE Colloquium Agenda


Colloquium Agenda

11th November, 2018

   7:00am to 9:00pm

                                     Arrival of delegates during the day

  

CLE Road Map to the Development, Institutionalization and Sustainability of Clinical Legal Education & Law Clinics

Date: 12th - 14th November, 2018

Venue: Elizade University, Ondo State, Nigeria

DAY 1 – 12TH November, 2018

8:30 - 9:30am

 

Registration desk open

9:30 - 11:00am

Moot Court

Opening Plenary Session

 

Prof. Theophilus O. Fadayomi, Vice Chancellor Elizade University

Dr. Ololade Olomola, Ag. Dean Faculty of Law Elizade University

Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga; Vice Secretary Member NULAI Nigeria

Welcome Remarks & Keynote Address:

11:00 -11:45 am

Tea Break & Courtesy Call 

11:45 - 1:15pm

Open Plenary - STREAM 1: Development of Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria

 

Moot Court

Open Plenary

11:45 - 1:15pm

Panelist:

Prof C. O. Adekoya, Olabisi Onabanjo University & Prof. Sampson Erugo, Abia State University;

Oke Tosin Yemi, Baze University Abuja

Nasiru Mukhtar, Madu Chima Frankline & Chidinma Therese Odaghara, University of Abuja Law Clinic                              

 

Implementation Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria: Re-aligning and Best Practices 

Development of Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria Clinical Legal Education: Raising the Bar for Legal Education in Nigeria.

Inculcating Professional Skills Training into the Clinical Legal Education Curriculum: A Case Study of Project PLACE

1:15 - 2:30pm

Lunch

2:30 - 3: 45pm

Open Plenary - STREAM 2: How Can A Law Clinic Be Sustainable?

 

Moot Court

Open Plenary

2:30 - 3: 45pm

Panelist:

Bebeji Umar Sani, ABU Law Clinic:

Ngozi Joy Maduafor Esq,.
Nile University of Nigeria

Ugochinyelu C.N. Anini, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus

 

Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria: Leaps, Gaps and Sustainability

            How can a Law Clinic be Sustainable?           

Towards the Establishment of Clinical Mediation Courses in Nigerian Universities

3: 45 - 4:00pm

Tea Break

4:00 - 5: 15pm

Open Plenary - STREAM 5: African Journal of Clinical Legal Education

 

Moot Court

Open Plenary

 

Panelist:

Dr. Salau Aaron Olaniyi & Prof. C. O. Adekoya
Olabisi Onabanjo University
                                            

Prof. Omaka Amari, SAN
Ebonyi State University Law Clinic

 

The ACJA 2015 and various States' versions provide opportunities to advance criminal justice.

 

Analysis of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act

6:00 - 8:00pm

Hall -

Opening Dinner

 

All Delegates and invited guest

Keynote Address

Presentation by Law Clinic Students

DAY 2 – 13th November, 2018

8:30 - 9:30am

 

Registration desk open 

9:30 - 11:00am

Moot Court

Opening Plenary Session - Institutionalization of Clinical Legal Education Movement

 

Panelist:

Prof. C.O. Adekoya; OOU Law Clinic
Prof. Sampson Erugo; ABSU Law Clinic
Nasiru Mukhtar; UniAbuja Law Clinic
Bebeji Umar Sani; ABU Law Clinic
Ngozi Joy Maduafor; NUN Law Clinic

Okpara Okechukwu; EBSU Law Clinic

 

Setting up law clinic & Law Clinic Management: - Practical Steps including location, student recruitment; management; protocols; procedures; rules and service delivery models

11:00 -11:30am

Tea Break

11:30 - 1:00pm

Open Plenary - STREAM 3: Public Interest, Pro Bono and Legal Clinics

 

Moot Court

Open Plenary

 

Panelist:

Opara Leonard Chinasaokwu;
Faculty of Law. NMU

Ibrahim Sule & Rilwanu Salmanu;
Bagauda Law Clinic, Nigerian Law School, Kano Campus

Kukoyi Tinuola Adetoun & Bakrin Faozat Olanike; Foundation for Social Justice for All

 

      Social Justice and Access to Justice within the Community: A Panacea to Rule of Law.

Public Interest, Pro Bono and Legal Clinics

 

Have a better understanding of the significance of Pro Bono services to the integrity of legal profession.

1:00 - 2:15pm

Lunch

2:15 - 3: 45pm

Open Plenary - STREAM 4: Clinical Legal Education and Advancement of Access to Justice

 

Moot Court

Open Plenary

2:15 - 3: 45pm

Panelist:

Olanike Adelakun & Benjamin Danpullo;
American University of Nigeria

 

Omidoyin Taiye Joshua; 

Ekiti State University, Ado-Ekiti            Emmanuel Akhigbe & Alabi Austin, Ambrose; Alli University, Nigeria

Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga; Adekunle Ajasin University, Nigeria

 

The purpose of the session is to share innovations and experiences with law educators on the digital creativity as a clinical approach in teaching law in Nigeria

Law Clinics as Agent to Promote Access to Justice for Pretrial Detainees in Nigeria

Advancing Access to Justice: The Ambrose Alli University Law Clinic's experience

Clinical Legal Education and Advancement of Access to Justice

3: 45 - 4:15pm

Tea Break

4:15 - 5: 15pm

Moot Court

Open Plenary - Building a stronger Network -

     
 

Facilitators:

NULAI Board Members
Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN - President
Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga - Vice Secretary                                           

Prof. Sampson Erugo - Member

Nasiru Mukhtar - Member
Prof. Amari Omaka, SAN - Member

NULAI Staff

Odinakaonye Lagi -NULAI Director

 

NULAI Nigeria Membership meeting - Understanding the purpose of the network & how to make it sustainable.

What do members want?

How can the network best serve its members?

DAY 3 - Teacher Training 14th November, 2018

8:30 - 9:30am

 

Registration desk open 

9:30 - 11:00am

Moot Court

Opening Plenary Session

 

Facilitators   

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN

Prof. C.O. Adekoya
Prof. Sampson Erugo
Nasiru Mukhtar
Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga
Mahmud Yusuf
Kenechukwu Agwu
Ngozi Joy Maduafor                                 

Why do we teach?
What do we teach?
Who do we teach?
How do we teach?
Brainstorming - Identifying lawyering skills, teaching methods, assessment methods and supervision techniques

11:00 - 11:30am

Tea Break

11:30 - 1:00pm

Moot Court; Lecture Hall 1; Lecture Hall 2

Plenary & Group Work -- Developing lesson plans

 

Facilitators

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN
Prof. C.O. Adekoya
Prof. Sampson Erugo
Nasiru Mukhtar
Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga
Mahmud Yusuf
Kenechukwu Agwu
Ngozi Joy Maduafor

Plenary -- Developing lesson plans
Small groups work on lesson plans

1:00 - 2:15pm

Lunch

 

2:15 - 4:30pm

Moot Court; Lecture Hall 1; Lecture Hall 2

Group sessions- Developing lesson plans 

 

Facilitators

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN
Prof. C.O. Adekoya
Prof. Sampson Erugo
Nasiru Mukhtar
Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga
Mahmud Yusuf
Kenechukwu Agwu
Ngozi Joy Maduafor

Teaching demonstrations - 4 groups of 5 in a team for teaching demonstration

 

Facilitators

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN

Prof. C.O. Adekoya
Prof. Sampson Erugo
Nasiru Mukhtar
Dr. Oke-Samuel Olugbenga
Mahmud Yusuf
Kenechukwu Agwu
Ngozi Joy Maduafor

Open Plenary: -

General feedback session and workshop evaluation

6:00-8:00pm

Hall -

Closing Dinner

 

All Delegates and invited guest

Farewell Speech/Goodwill messages

Presentation by Law clinic students

 

 

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