CONFERENCE AGENDA

15th
March, 2020

   7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

                                     Arrival
of delegates

 

DAY 1 – 16th March 2020

Bus departs from hotel
to venue at 8:30 

9:00
– 9:30am

 

Registration desk open

9:30
– 11:00am

School of
Law Auditorium

Opening Plenary Session

 

Dr. Dawn Dekle, President, American University of Nigeria

 

Prof. Muhammadou M Kah, Provost, American University of Nigeria

 

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN

President, NULAI Nigeria

 

Prof. Peter Ocheme Ag., Dean, School of Law, American University of
Nigeria

 

Goodwill Messages:

·
Hon Justice C. N. Uwa – Presiding Justice, Court of
Appeal, Yola Division

·
Hon.
Justice Ishaya Banu – The Honorable Chief Judge, Adamawa State

·
Hon.
Justice Sanusi Kado – National Industrial Court of Nigeria, Yola

·
Prof.
Maxwell Gidado, SAN – Chief of Staff to the Executive Governor Adamawa
State

·
Hon
Afraimu K. Jingi, Hon. Attorney General, Ministry of Justice, Adamawa State

·
Dr.
Aliyu Hamidu Alkali, Deputy Director-General, Nigerian Law School, Yola
Campus

·
Barr.
Suleiman A. Modibbo, Provost, College for Legal Studies Yola

Welcome
Remarks, goodwill messages & Keynote Address

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

11:00 –
12:00pm

Tea
Break & Courtesy visit to the School President

12:00 – 1:45pm

Best
Practices for Teaching and Learning in Legal Education – Session
Coordinator: Prof. Sam Erugo

 

Auditorium

Open Plenary

12:00 – 1:45pm

{20
minutes for each presenter and 15 minutes for Q&A}

Presenters:

Dr.
Olaolu S. Opadere –

Obafemi
Awolowo University

 

Dayo
G. Ashonibare –

Baze University

 

 

Mahmud
Yusuf

NULAI
Nigeria

 

 

Nasiru
Muhktar, &

Dr.
Hadiza Hamma

University
of Abuja

 

 


Integrated
and Interactive Pedagogy as Conveyor of Excellent Legal Education

 


Building an Innovative
Clinical Curriculum for Enabling Nigerian Law Graduates to Become Practice
Ready

 

 


Rethinking Legal
Education to meet the Challenges of Law Practice in the 21st
Century

 


CLE and National Development:
Expounding the theory of Sustainable Development through Effective
Education

1:45 – 2:30pm

Lunch/Prayer Break

2:30
– 4:00pm

The Law Teacher and
Professional Growth/ Professional Vocational Legal Education and Continuing
Legal Education – Session Coordinator: Dr. Gbenga Oke-Samuel

 

Classrooms

Panel

2:30
– 3: 45pm

{20
minutes for each presenter and 15 minutes for Q&A}

Presenters:

Maryam Ahmad, &

Abdulazeez Adavize Sadeeq – Umaru Musa Yaradua
University/Ahmadu Bello University

 

Dr Marian Ofunu
Ujah

Kogi State University

 

Kenechukwu Agwu –

NULAI Nigeria

 

Oludayo John Bamgbose –

Ajayi Crowther University

 

 

 

 


The Methodology of Legal Inquiry: Towards a More
Practical Legal Scholarship in Nigeria

 


Research Writing, Promotion & Scholarship

 

 


Building
A Career in CLE – New Perspectives

 


Sustaining Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria:
Projecting into the future

 

4:00
– 4:15pm

Tea
Break

 

4:15
– 6:15pm

Justice
Education – Session Coordinator: Prof. Ernest Ojukwu

 

Auditorium

 

4:15
– 6:30pm

{20
minutes for each presenter and 15 minutes for Q&A}

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Presenters:

Dr. Mohmeded Shadat Ssemakula

Gulu University, Uganda

 

 

Patricia P’odong

Makerere University Kampala, Uganda

 

 

Tosin Oke

Baze University

 

 

Ngozi Joy Maduafor

Nile University

 


Alternative
Dispute Resolution and Environmental Law

 


‘Reaping
the Fruits’:  The Relevance of
Clinical Legal Education in Transforming Legal Education and Enhancing
Social Justice in Uganda: Lessons from the Public Interest Law Clinic

 


Administration of Criminal Justice Act 2015 and Opportunities for
Law Clinics in Nigeria

 


Law Clinics Primary Legal Aid
Services Contribution to Access to Justice

Sustaining Clinical Legal Education in Nigeria:
Projecting into the future

 

7:00 – 9:00pm

Venue TBD
Bus
schedule will be announced at close of plenary

Opening Dinner

 

**All Delegates and invited guest**

Dinner Address

Presentation by Law Clinic Students

DAY 2 – 17th
March 2020

Bus departs from hotel
to venue at 8:30 

8:30
– 9:30am

 

Registration desk open 

9:30
– 11:00am

**Lecture
halls to be assigned **

Law Clinic gallery – Session
Coordinators:

Kenechukwu Agwu & Uwais Abdulrahman

 

 

List of Confirmed
Clinics:

1.      American University of Nigeria Law Clinic

2.      EBSU Law Clinic

3.      University of Abuja Law Clinic

4.      Nasarawa State University Law Clinic

 

 

 

 

 

11:00 -11:30am

Tea
Break

 

11:30 – 1:15pm

Law
Clinics/Law Students –  Session
Coordinator: Stanley Ibe

 

Moot
Court

Open Plenary

 

{20
minutes for each presenter and 15 minutes for Q&A}

 

Presenters:

Maryam Idris Abdulkadir

Baze University

 

Friday Ekpa

Kogi State University

 

 

Ukwueze, Ifunanyachukwu Evelyn

University of Nigeria

 

 

Uwais Abdulrahman

NULAI Nigeria


International Humanitarian Law Clinic of Baze
University

 


Enhancing
Quick Dispensation of Criminal Justice in Nigeria: The KSU Law Clinic
Experience

 


Impacts,
Gains, Gaps and Expectations of the
CLE Movement in Nigeria – A Student’s Perspective

 


Sustaining Law
Clinics towards Bridging the Access to Justice Gap for Indigent Persons

 

1:15 – 2:00pm

Lunch/Prayer Break  

2:00
– 3:15pm

Leading
Innovative Legal Technology and Interdisciplinary initiatives in Legal
Education – (Session Coordinator: Nasiru Muhktar)

   

Open Plenary

2:15
– 3: 15pm

Presenters:

Dr. Ngozi Chinwa Ole

Redeemers University

 

 

 

 

Dr. Festus Okechukwu Ukwueze

University of Nigeria

 

 

 

Dr. Felix Eboibi,
&

Inetimi Mac Barango

Niger Delta
University

 


Towards
the Implementation of the Paris Climate Change Agreement 2015 in Nigeria:
Opportunities and Challenges for the Network of Universities Legal Aid Institutions
(NULAI) Nigeria

 


Advancing Justice Education in
Nigeria Through the Use of Information Technology and Innovation in the
Teaching of Law

 


Nigerian
Tertiary Institutions, Technology, and internet fraud proliferation:
Curriculum on cybercrime law education as preventive measures

 

3:
15 – 3:45pm

Tea
Break

3:45 – 5:00pm

Auditorium

NULAI
Nigeria Membership meeting

 

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

Strategic road
map for CLE movement in Nigeria & validation of the NULAI CLE Standards

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bus departs venue to
hotels to venue at 5:30pm   

DAY 3 – Teacher
Training 18th March 2020

Bus departs from hotel
to venue at 8:30 

8:30
– 9:30am

 

Registration desk open

9:30
– 11:00am

Auditorium

Open Plenary Session

 

Facilitators
Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN

Mahmud
Yusuf

Kenechukwu
Agwu

Tosin
Oke

Maryam
Idris Abdulkadir

Nature and scope of Street Law

Street Law and Law in General?
Who do we teach street law?
How do we teach (street law methodologies?
(Brainstorming)

11:00 –
11:30am

Tea Break

11:30 – 1:30pm

Classrooms

Plenary & Group Work – Developing lesson
plans

 

 

 

 

 

Facilitators

Prof. Ernest Ojukwu, SAN

Mahmud Yusuf

Kenechukwu Agwu

Tosin Oke

Maryam Idris Abdulkadir

Presentation: Developing lesson
plans/street law projects

 

 

Practical exercise: Small groups
work on lesson plans

1:30 – 2:30pm

Lunch

 

2:30
– 6:00pm

City Tour

Locations
(To be Confirmed)

 

Coordinators:

Benjamin
Danpullo

Lamido of
Adamawa’s Palace

 

Government
House

 

Court of
Appeal Complex

6:00-8:00pm

Venue TBD

Closing Dinner

 

**All
Delegates and invited guests**

Farewell
Speech/Goodwill messages

Presentation
by Law clinic students

 

 

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