Assessing the Landscape of ADR in Nigeria: Equity, Inclusivity, and Accessibility

Assessing the Landscape of ADR in Nigeria Equity Inclusivity and Accessibility

Olisa Agbakoba Legal (OAL) proudly unveils its inaugural ADR white paper, based on an  extensive survey conducted in 2023 titled the ‘OAL 2024 ADR Survey – Assessing the landscape of ADR in Nigeria.’ This report is a comprehensive exploration of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) landscape in Nigeria, encapsulating key insights and trends that shape the current state of ADR practices in the country.

The primary objective of the OAL 2024 ADR Survey is to assess the state of ADR practice in Nigeria within the global context, focusing on three pivotal themes: Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusivity. Through a meticulous examination of these key aspects, the survey seeks to provide an overview of the challenges and opportunities present in the Nigerian ADR landscape.

The white paper invites readers to delve into the detailed findings and analyses presented in the survey. It uncovers essential insights into the current state of ADR in Nigeria, shedding light on the prevalent trends and challenges faced by practitioners and stakeholders. From jurisdictional considerations to the preferences of ADR professionals, the report offers a comprehensive view of the landscape.

Towards the conclusion of the report, there is a compelling call to action that resonates with ADR professionals and industry stakeholders. The call to action is not merely an appeal but a strategic initiative urging engagement, discourse, and the implementation of the insightful recommendations outlined in the report. It emphasizes the collective responsibility of shaping the future of ADR in Nigeria.

For more information, click here to explore the detailed findings, insights, and recommendations presented in the ‘OAL 2024 ADR Survey Report – Assessing the landscape of ADR in Nigeria.

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Beverley Agbakoba-Onyejianya
Cornelius Okey Gabriel
Chukwunoyenim Okoh