AELEX Quarterly


ǼLEX is a full service commercial and litigation law firm. It is one of the largest law firms in West Africa with offices in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja in Nigeria and Accra, Ghana.

We merge local legal expertise and presence, political and industry wide connections with an appreciation of global standards and demands.


  • ǼLEX’s 11th Annual Lecture: “Making States Work”

    ǼLEX’s 11th Annual Lecture titled “Making States Work” comes up on Wednesday, 9 November 2016 at the Agip Recital Hall, Muson Centre, Lagos at 2pm.

    The topic, “Making States Work” is meant to consider issues relating to the sustainability of individual states, especially Nigeria goes through this recession. The format for the lecture will be that of a panel having a former state government executive, financial experts and a social commentator as discussants, and a moderator.


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    • FG reduces mining licences award timeframe to 40 days.

      The Federal Government has vowed to checkmate the actions of unscrupulous individuals in the Solid Minerals sector, who are fuelling insecurity in the country.

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    • DMO to Appoint Legal, Technical Advisers for Eurobond.

      The Debt Management Office (DMO), on behalf of the federal government, has commenced the process of appointing two international banks as joint lead managers and a local bank as financial adviser for the planned Federal Government Medium Term Note (FGMTN) Programme (2016-2018) as well as the issuance of $1 billion out of the $4.50 billion FGMTN programme in 2016.

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