Anthony Atata urges African Lawyers to Attend AF Sessions as IBA conference Begins in Seoul Sunday

Antonio Atata explains that the Sessions of the African Regional Forum are designed to bring value to African Lawyers and bring exposure to areas of law they may desire to build competence

The Co-Chair of International Bar Association, IBA, African Regional Forum, Anthony Atata has urged all
African Lawyers who will be in attendance at the annual conference of the IBA in Seoul to attend the sessions of African Regional Forum .

Mr Atata, said that the Sessions and themes were well selected to bring value to African Lawyers and avert their minds to possible areas of law they may desire to build competence.

The Sessions cover mining and data protection in Africa including Asian investment in Africa.

According to Anthony Atata,the sessions will hold at the following times

Monday 23rd 11:15 – 12:30 at Room 307A,Floor 3

Mining in Africa-The view from Asian mining investors

Monday 16:15-17:30
The internet of things
Room 307Bc,Floor 3

Wednesday 25th
14:30 -15:45
Asian investment in Africa the new silk roads for the African Legal Profession
Room 300,Floor 3

Thursday 26th 14:30 -15:45
Room 300,floor 3
New horizon for data protection and Cyber security in Africa

The conference will hold at COEX convention and Exhibition center, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

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