African Bar Association (Nigeria) Young Lawyers Forum webinar series

On Wednesday, 22nd of April, 2020, our Managing Partner, Rotimi Ogunyemi had the honour of facilitating the third session of the African Bar Association (Nigeria) Young Lawyers Forum webinar series – “Harnessing the Benefits of Technology in Law Practice

The Presentation Slides for the session are available here

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IT Contract

CBN – Negotiating and Drafting Technology Contracts

Rotimi Ogunyemi will be speaking at the Central Bank of Nigeria, Abuja in October and November 2019, on Negotiating and Drafting IT contracts. He will beam the searchlight on Four ICT Contract types: Software License Agreements and Software Ownership Agreements, ICT Professional Services (Software development &Consulting) Agreements, Cloud Services Agreements and hybrid Agreements

Blockchain_Smart Contracts


On the 21st September 2019 at the Eko Hotel and Suites, Our Managing Partner participated as a speaker in a legal masterclass where he demystified BLOCKCHAIN AND SMART CONTRACTS to Young Lawyers and Law Students in a simplified and exciting manner. 

The Young Wigs Conference was convened by Inemesit Joy Dike Esq., a legal practitioner and member of the Supreme Court of Nigeria and the New York Bar, United States of America. It was designed to bridge the skills gap between young, upwardly mobile lawyers and the realities of the practise of law while encouraging innovation and creative skills for effective use of technology in today’s legal sphere. The theme for the 2019 Young Wigs Conference is “What Law School Doesn’t Teach You: Divergence!”



On September 19th 2019, Rotimi Ogunyemi participated in a Roundtable session in the Legal & Tech Network Summit Themed Addressing Technological Disruption in Law and Business. The Regulatory Roundtable moderated by Nankunda Katangaza, Founder ALT Network explored “Big Data, IoT and AI: The role of regulation and education in creating sustainable impact and balancing the benefit and risk of technological disruption

The Roundtable also included Senator Ihenyen Lead Partner Infusion Lawyers, Naomi Amobi Legal Counsel Paystack Nigeria, and Chidi Nwaogu Co-Founder & Ceo Publiseer.

The summit brought together legal jurists, legal practitioners, legal technologists, academicians, law students, the Nigerian and wider African tech ecosystem and other stakeholders. 

Akintunde Idowu


On Monday 12th August 2019, Rotimi Ogunyemi and Akintunde Idowu represented our firm at the exhibition of the newly improved legal resources of law pavilion. 

Guests at the demo day participated in an interactive session about tech trends that can facilitate digital transformation and improved Practice efficiency, and also witnessed a demonstration of the newest products of Law Pavillion using THE NAGAMOTO RETAINER story. The products include AI SUITE, SOLICITORS AND ARBITRATORS TOOLKIT, CASE MANAGER, LAW PAVILLION PRIME and TIMI (Legal Research Assistant.

The event held at the Experience Centre at 20, Felicia Koleosho Street, Opebi, Ikeja, Lagos, and was concluded with a private cocktail and networking session.



On 1st August 2019 at Jos, Nigeria, Our Managing Partner Rotimi Ogunyemi, participated as a speaker at the 2019 World Legal Summit where he presented a paper titled: Data Security and Privacy in a Digital Society: Technological and Legal Perspectives

The World Legal Summit is a multi-party initiative that brings jurisdictions together in understanding and exploring the development of legislative frameworks for dealing with emerging technologies and global systems. The theme of the Summit centred on Identity and Governance, Autonomous Machines, Cyber Security & Personal Data.

Rotimi’s presentation addressed:

  1. Existing and Proposed Regulations in Nigeria
  2. Regulation and Standards
  3. Gaps in the existing regulation
  4. Practicality of regulations given rapid technology information
  5. Enforcement and Response from the Tech Industry

It was a privilege to have our Managing Partner contribute insight to a pressing area of global legal transformation.

Law Week ICT


On 20th June 2019 at the City Hall Lagos, our Managing Partner, Rotimi Ogunyemi moderated a panel session titled “Emerging Trends in Technology and Innovation” that featured other distinguished members like Mr. Kingsley Eze, Mr. Iyinoluwa Aboyeji, Mrs. Omowale David-Ashiru, Mr. Tunde Kehinde, and Dr. Andrew Nevin at the 2019 Annual Lagos week. 

The theme of the Law Week Conference was “Law and Development in an Emerging Economy”. The event featured technical sessions that examined the role of law as an instrument of development

Rotimi Ogunyemi

1st Technology Lawyers Forum of the NBA- Section on Business Law

Rotimi Ogunyemi will be on the Panel Session: “Regulating Emerging Technology Services in Nigeria: Challenges & Solutions” at the 1st Technology Lawyers Forum of the NBA- Section on Business Law scheduled to hold on June 11, 2019

The Theme for the Forum is “Examining the Nigeria ICT Industry In An Age of Globalisation – Legal Issues and Challenges in the digital economy” 

The forum will examine the key drivers powering Nigeria’s growing ICT industry, how it is enabling the development of a nascent digital economy and how lawyers serving various components of this emerging ecosystem can better serve critical stakeholders and participants, as well as drive crucial regulatory and policy reforms as Nigerian tech entrepreneurs and businesses increasingly adopt global attitudes to creating wealth and value.

Speakers and Panelists include: Bayo Adekanmbi, President Data Sciences; and Chief Transformation Officer, MTN Nigeria PLC, Tunde Irukera, Director-General, Federal Competition and Consumer Protection Commission, Lanre Osibona, Senior Special Adviser to the President on ICT, John Edokpolor, Lead Commercial Attorney, Microsoft MEA Emerging Markets, Mr. Emmanuel Edet – Legal Adviser and Lead of Legal Unit – National Information Technology Development Agency, Emmanuel Ghahabo – Senior Partner, Templars, Olawale Noiki, Associate Director Technology Advisory at KPMG Advisory Services, and Emeka Okoye, Cymantiks Limited


ICT Attorney, Rotimi Ogunyemi will be discussing Africa’s Legal services sector, its  readiness or otherwise to follow the lead of the financial sector to grow and innovate at the IBA Conference in Rome, Italy

Date: 11th October 2018 | 14:30-15:45

The International Bar Association Conference is the world’s largest and most prestigious gathering of international lawyers and its scheduled to hold from 7-12 October 2018


The rise of technology to automate day-to-day processes in law firms is no longer new story in the UK and US and the clamour from clients to reduce fees has accelerated this. Africans have taken to mobile technology for financial services with alacrity but will they do the same for legal technology and the benefits it can bring to firms and clients? What challenges are there for training young lawyers especially as many start their careers working on the tasks that are now so easily automated? Is the legislative and regulatory environment for lawyers and tech innovators fit to support these developments?

Rotimi Ogunyemi will be sharing his perspectives on these issues and especially on the issue of legal training and education relevant to the fourth industrial revolution


Our Managing Partner, Rotimi Ogunyemi will be on the Panel Session: “Emergence of Disruptive Technology in Legal Education and Legal Practice” at the upcoming 58th Annual General Conference (#NBA2018AGC) of the NBA scheduled to hold from August 26 – 30, 2018.

The Theme for this year’s conference is “Transition, Transformation and Sustainable Institutions” and the venue is the International Conference Centre, FCT – Abuja, Nigeria