The Association of Professional Negotiators and Mediators (APNM) is set to hold a colloquium
in honour of late law teacher and founder of Settlement House and Dispute Resolution Associates Ltd, Kevin Ndubuisi Nwosu on August 17, 2019 and the Association Conference later in the year.
The colloquium, with the theme: “Kevin Ndubuisi Nwosu 1966-2015: A Quintessential ADR
Practitioner”, is expected to hold in Abuja. A statement by the organisers issued by the Board Chairperson, Mrs. Zainab Ibrahim Bio and National President, Dr. Dorn Cklaimz Enamhe, explains that the event will also serve as a get-together for members of the association.
Kevin Nwosu, who died on August 17, 2015 after his keynotes address at the National Summit on Security hosted by Nigerian Police at the International Conference Centre Abuja, aged 49, was formerly Director of Academics at the Nigerian Law School. Besides his role in the development of the curriculum for Negotiation, Mediation, Arbitration and Conciliation at the Law School, he also anchored training programmes for various professionals in the field of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR). Kevin Nwosu was the concept initiator of the “SMA Belgore Model of Criminal Justice Reform”, an innovative case-by-case fast-track, non-custodial method of criminal justice, which placed a heavy emphasis on technology and community intelligence.
He hailed from Ezekwemba Village, Eziama Obaire, Nkwerre Local
Government Area of Imo State.