Dispute Management in Africa Infrastructure Projects DiMAP(2022)
If you are involved in managing risks, claims and disputes in construction and infrastructure projects in Africa, DiMAP is designed specifically for you. Whether you are an in-house lawyer in a government or private sector organisation, a dispute resolution practitioner, or a construction project manager, you will benefit from this two-day practical training organised by the Lagos Chamber of Commerce International Arbitration Centre (LACIAC).
Why you should participate in DiMAP (2022)
You will join a team of colleagues in your chosen speciality (Oil & Gas, Power & Renewables or Public Infrastructure) to:
Listen to sector-specific presentations on risk allocation, risk management, dispute avoidance and dispute resolution
”Learn by doing” through practical exercises (physical presence required)
Participate in a mock hearing competition and win useful prizes (physical presence required).
Register for the event
This is a hybrid event. You may participate by physical presence, and enjoy the benefits of networking with other physical attendees as well as participating in the practical exercises and mock hearing competition) or you may participate virtually. If you are attending the African Arbitration Association (AfAA) Conference in Accra from 3 November 2022, you may wish to also take benefit of this training which occurs just two days before the AfAA Conference.
Please, do not hesitate to call or email us if you encounter any issue while trying to register for the event. You can reach out to Sesan Awosanya on +2348067782689, firstname.lastname@example.org or Lydia Onwo on +2348147919294, email@example.com
DiMAP is designed for
Government organisations involved in projects for the construction of oil, gas, power and renewable energy facilities and other public infrastructure, whether directly or through concession agreements;
Private businesses involved in projects for the construction of oil, gas, power and renewable energy facilities and other infrastructure, whether as employer, contractor project consultant or project manager;
Law firms involved in or looking to build a practice in construction projects and construction disputes
Dispute resolution practitioners (mediators, experts, adjudicators and arbitrators).