Law Firm Trains 26 Nigerian Law Students for Bar Finals

Law Firm Trains 26 Nigerian Law Students for Bar Finals
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The Law Firm of Maxwell Opara & Associates (Chibunnam Chambers) has successfully completed a training and mentoring program for 26 law students from various Nigerian Law School campuses. The program aimed to prepare them for their upcoming Bar Final Exam.

Known for its commitment to training aspirants to the Nigerian Bar, Barr. Maxwell Opara, Principal Counsel revealed in a Facebook post on Friday that the law firm has seen an increasing number of students applying to be posted to its prestigious chambers.

“The students underwent comprehensive mentoring in crucial areas like law office management, legal drafting, ethics, punctuality in court, and client management. Interactive sessions ensured they were well-prepared with the necessary knowledge and materials”, Opara stated.

Law Firm Trains 26 Nigerian Law Students for Bar Finals
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    In an encouraging announcement, Maxwell Opara shared that the law firm has had an impeccable record, as all students who have undergone training with them have successfully passed the Bar Finals Exams.

    To mark the students’ completion of the program, the firm organized a passing out party and provided valuable career advice, urging them to remain focused, diligent, and resilient.

    The Law Firm of Maxwell Opara & Associates expressed gratitude to the Council of Legal Education for selecting their office as an official Law Students Externship center, attributing the training’s success to divine guidance.

    Law Firm Trains 26 Nigerian Law Students for Bar Finals
      Barr. Maxwell Opara, Principal Counsel, with the Managing Partner, Pastor (Mrs) Nnenna Maxwell Opara

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      The Managing Partner, Pastor (Mrs) Nnenna Maxwell Opara led the students in a prayer intercession, seeking God’s guidance and protection as they prepare for their upcoming Bar finals.

       

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