Formed in 1971 as the fearless voice of the Legal profession, the African Bar Association seek to take the African Legal community to the global state, encourage fraternity amongst Lawyers. Defend the legal profession, the principles of the Rule of Law, encourage cross border practice and an Accountable Africa.
WHAT WILL LILONGWE 2022 BE?
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
Established in 1971 as a professional body uniting individual lawyers and national legal associations in Africa, the African Bar Association (AFBA) was designed to be a federation of national legal associations, corporate and unincorporated legal entities, and individual lawyers.
Our previous conferences have been wonderful. We have toured many African countries fostering unity among African lawyers and other lawyers that come as guest speakers and participants from all over the world. Together we promote justice and impeccable law practices.
This year’s conference will be virtual, one of its kind. As the world is disturbed by the Covid-19 pandemic, all measures are taken and all directives respected. We still decided to have our annual “ritual”, our conference virtually via Niamey while everyone keeps safe from their homes.