As of August 2022, 107 Nigerian startups have raised funding accounting for around one-third of the continent’s funded startups so far this year. The report noted that the country’s running total for 2022 stands at $747.9 million closing in on the annual record total from last year, put at $793.8 million. – Premium Times. Technology law is the body of law that governs the use of technology and Lawlexis has put together a stellar faculty to help train and develop the capacity of Nigerian lawyers in Tech Law. Details of the training include:

Theme: Introduction To Tech Law


– Fintech Law

– Data Privacy and Protection Law

– Blockchain Technology

– Intellectual Property Law

– Startup Funding

– Startup Compliance

Date : 26th & 27th January, 2023

Time: 9am – 5pm daily

Members of Faculty:

– Chinyere Okorocha, Partner,Jackson, Etti & Edu

– Olumide Babalola, Esq., MCIArb (UK), Managing Partner, Olumide Babalola LP

– Senator Ihenyen, Lead Partner, Infusion Lawyers

– Omoruyi Edoigiawerie, Partner, Edoigiawerie and Company LP

– Chukwudi Ofili, Director of Investment Management & East Africa Regional Counsel Renew Capital

– Davidson Oturu, Partner, AELEX

  • Physical Session:

Fee: 70,000 Naira

Early Bird: 60,000 Naira (ends 10th January, 2023)

Venue: NECA House, Alausa, Ikeja, Lagos

Reg Link:

  • Virtual Session (ZOOM)

Fee: 50,000

Early Bird: 40,000 (ends 10th January, 2023)

Registration Link:

Please note that participants will be issued CLE (Continuous Learning Education) points, for their participation by the NBA Institute of Continuous Learning Education, as well as Certificates of Participation. Persons who should attend include lawyers at all levels. For enquiries, please contact:  Lawlexis  – or 09029755663

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