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PRESIDENTIAL REPORT BY HIS EXCELLENCY SIAFFA BAHN KEMOKAI, II, OUTGOING INTERNATIONAL PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERATION OF AFRICAN LAW STUDENTS

First and foremost, I express my gratitude to the Almighty for the opportunity to serve as International President of our esteemed Federation. Our journey began on November 18, 2022, when we conducted our first in-person inauguration in Monrovia, the Republic of Liberia, since the Federation’s establishment. The inauguration was graced by the presence of Pioneer …

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FALAS honors Judge Carlos Moore with a Leadership Icon Award.

The Federation of African Law Students, the unifying body of all law students and young lawyers across the African continent honored H.E Judge Carlos Moore at the just ended 97th National Bar Association Convention held in Memphis, Tennessee, U.SA. This award is as a result of his selfless service and dedication towards the growth of …

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Federation African Law Students Becomes an Institutional Member of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association

  The Federation of African Law Students (FALAS) has become an institutional member of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association (CLA). The Commonwealth Lawyers Association is a membership organisation for professional lawyers, academics and students practising within the Commonwealth. The CLA welcomes qualified international lawyers and academics with an interest in its work. With this membership, FALAS …

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FEDERATION OF AFRICAN LAW STUDENTS FEMALE FORUM INTRODUCES MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

DATE: 28th JUNE 2022 It is with peerless glee we wish to introduce the FALAS Female Forum Mentorship Initiative. This initiative is another giant step in furtherance of the projects anchored by the vision of the Federation Of African Law Students Female Forum (FFF) which primarily aims to provide over 200 Famale Law Students in …

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DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION AND PROTOCOL ANNOUNCES AFRICAN LAW STUDENTS’ ANNUAL CONFERENCE

  Date: 4th July, 2022 We are delighted to inform you that official registration for the African Law Students’ Annual Conference commenced on 4 July, 2022 and will end on 11 September, 2022. The conference is scheduled to take place on 3rd – 5th October 2022 at The University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. …

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FALAS partners with “The Budding Lawyers Space”

With the aim of bringing value to law students in Africa and unifying the African voice, “The Federation of African Law Students” is proud to announce her partnership with “The Budding Lawyers Space”. This Partnership would give Budding Lawyers Space members access to global opportunities, global networks and global impact.It would also give Law Students …

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THE AFRICAN BAR ASSOCIATION RECOGNIZES THE FEDERATION OF AFRICAN LAW STUDENTS AS THE UNIFYING BODY OF LAW STUDENTS IN AFRICA.

The African Bar Association which was established in 1971 as a professional body uniting individual lawyers and national legal associations in Africa, was designed to be a federation of national legal associations, corporate and unincorporated legal entities, and individual lawyers. While unifying all lawyers in Africa, it has recognized the Federation of African Law Students …

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