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The Body of Benchers would call successful candidates who passed the Bar Exams into the Nigerian Bar. Those students are not just successful in the examination as set by the Council of Legal Education, they have also been found worthy in character.
The procedure for the Call requires Bar Aspirants (that is the nomenclature for those who are about to be called to the Bar) to possess all their designated lawyer’s attire, such as the lawyer’s wig, legal gowns, collars/ collarette, white shirts, blouses, camisole, black suites and so on.
At the Call ceremony, after the preliminary processions and formalities, the Chairman of the Body of Benchers (or his representative for the Call) would officially Call the Bar Aspirants to the Nigerian Bar by making the ultimate pronouncement: “YOU MAY NOW WEAR YOUR WIG. Donning the Wig signifies that a Bar Aspirant has been called.
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Olumide Akpata has emerged winner of the Nigerian Bar Association’s (NBA) national elections, after defeating two other contestants who are Senior Advocates of Nigeria (SANs). This victorious win makes him the NBA’s first non-SAN President in years.
Akpata won the election with a total of 9,891 votes of the total 18,256 ballots cast, while his closest rival, Babatunde Ajibade (SAN) polled 4,328 votes and Dele Adesina (SAN) polled 3,982 votes.
The election commenced at exactly 11 am on Wednesday, July 29, and ended at 11 pm on Thursday, July 30. It was a virtual voting process where registered members of the association logged into the National Officers Election webpage with their Supreme court numbers and cast their votes.
Right from Wednesday night when the elections started, Akpata maintained the lead with more than 50% of the votes at every quarter-hourly update, and he maintained the lead up to the close of the election at 11pm on Thursday.
About 29,636 eligible voters were registered, and the election committee sent the voting link to the registered members via emails and sms.
This result represents a sudden change in the order, as Akpata is now the first non-SAN to lead the Nigerian Bar Association in years. Feedback from members of the NBA indicates that there has been a long-standing hunger for a paradigm shift. And now it appears many of the association’s members have a good reason to be excited.
Born on October 7, 1972, Akpata had his early education in Warri, Delta state. He attended Kings College, Lagos, for his secondary education and later got admitted into the University of Benin. He was called to the bar on December 15, 1993. He is a founding member of the NBA Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL), which comprises 22 committees, which focus on various areas of commercial law dating back to as far as 2006.
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Our guest for today is Adedeji Afolabi. I will I continue to do for the long term – making Impact and securing the future of our dear nation”.
- At what point did you decide to be a lawyer?
For me, law is a means to many means. I am a curious, inquisitive, and a social & economic problem solver, I see law as an instrument of social engineering – then I decided to fulfill that dream through it. Also, there is one Late Lawyer Layi-Ladipo, an outstanding personality back then in my Church, several things happened around him which made me resolve to study/practice the profession for a purpose.
- Best undergraduate experience
My undergraduate days were quite laden with awesome experience and several responsibilities, I had great colleagues, learned from them all, socialize well, and utilize most opportunities. The fact that I also made it out as an outstanding student is amazing to me despite lots of challenges, one of which is not knowing “how to cram”. But I have since learned that the best lawyer knows how and where to get the law but not necessarily “knowing all the laws”. I also had the opportunity to be tutored by Professor Ademola O. Popoola (a foremost professor of law in Africa) – that for me was the peak of it.
- What area of practice do you see yourself post-graduation?
I would like to explore the most uncharted part of legal profession. But for now, I am taking steps to be an Attorney-Mediator & Arbitrator, Telecomms & Tech Law expert, Aviation & Energy Lawyer, and also maximize the digital space for law practice – but law is flexible, so I most likely will do more!
- What are you doing differently to make a change?
From the undergraduate days, I have always championed reform in our legal space. I believe the Council of Legal Education & the NBA is the most prominent platforms to effect changes in the profession. So getting my voice out there, I align myself to any cause that seeks for the improvement of legal education and legal practice in the nation. I will continue to do this till we get it right!
- Vision for the future
I love human capacity development. Human beings are the greatest assets in the world, and I have always contributed to the personal development of everyone around me. This will I continue to do for the long term – making Impact and securing the future of our dear nation.
Thank you for having me