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BREAKING NEWS: TCCP RELEASES AN INFORMATION BROCHURE TO GUIDE REGISTERED DELEGATES ON ALL ACTIVITIES & EVENTS DURING THE 2019 NBA CONFERENCE

INFORMATION MEMORANDUM

This Memorandum is intended to serve as a guide to Conference delegates with respect to activities and events at the 2019 NBA-AGC.
 
 
1.        CONFERENCE VENUES:
 
The 2019 NBA-AGC will hold simultaneously at the following venues:
 
n  The Convention Centre, Eko Hotels and Suites “Eko Hotel” – Plot 1415 Adetokunbo Ademola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos;
 
n  Harbour Point Events Centre “Harbour Point” – 4 Wilmot Point Road, off Ahmadu Bello Way, Victoria Island, Lagos.
 
2.       COLLECTION OF CONFERENCE MATERIALS:

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Police arrest lady who allegedly locked 10-year-old cousin in kennel

Detectives have arrested a 24-year-old lady, Onyinye Mbadike, for allegedly locking up a 10-year-old boy, Chibike Eziamaka, in a kennel of dogs in Aguda, Lagos. The video of the suspect flogging the little boy with belt before pushing him into the kennel where she locked him up with dogs had gone viral on the social media.

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ABA president encourages lawyers to be ‘helpers’ and promote civility

ABA President Bob Carlson’s final speech to the House of Delegates on Monday followed a video featuring lawyers who have faced addiction, depression and other stigmatized health issues.
Carlson credited Bree Buchanan, the chair of the ABA Commission on Lawyer Assistance Programs, and her colleagues as “helpers” who are working to promote lawyer well-being through the new video and other efforts. He added that all of the delegates—who were assembled at the ABA Annual Meeting in San Francisco—are indebted to the helpers they encounter in their own lives.

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