Nigerian lawyers can keep up with ongoing legal developments in the world by exposing themselves to best practices. That is why lawyers need to keep improving their professional skills. Some lawyers took that step recently when they participated in a brief-writing workshop organized in Lagos.
The workshop, Brief Writing Masterclass, was organized by The Write House. The 2-day training held 25-26 March 2015 at Sheraton Lagos. It attracted participants from various law firms across the country.
At the workshop, participants were trained to write winning briefs. Chinua Asuzu, The Write House Dean, facilitated the training. His book, Anatomy of a Brief, was the manual for the masterclass.
The participants reported that they were pleased with the training. Emeka Anolefo, a senior partner from Emeka Anolefo & Co, said the “training is a must for all lawyers. The book, Anatomy of a Brief, is loaded and rich. I feel satisfied being part of the class. I learnt so much. I hope to be [even] better after reading the book. Great class.”
At the end of the workshop, The Write House presented certificates to the participants.
The Write House is the acknowledged authority in Nigeria on legal-writing curriculum and pedagogy.