Lawyers Got Talent 2.0 Shines Spotlight on Creative Legal Minds

The Nigerian Bar Association Section on Business Law (NBA-SBL) added a vibrant and entertaining twist to its 18th Annual International Business Law Conference. Following the success of its maiden edition, the NBA-SBL brought back the highly anticipated “Lawyers Got Talent” 2.0. This event showcased the diverse talents of legal professionals beyond the courtroom, culminating in a night of captivating performances and spirited competition.

The event featured 10 would-be superstars who pitted their skills against one another in art forms such as music, spoken-word poetry, and drumming, under the watchful eyes of a trio of judges: Alex Muoka, Ms. Comfort Booth, and Ubi Franklin. Cheered on by a rapturous audience, each contestant gave a virtuoso performance – some, admittedly, more technically adept than others.

The competition, which started with 10 contestants during the first round, was streamlined by the keen eyes of the judges to five finalists: Favour Evoselum, Adekunle, Justice, Zullaihat, and Blessing. At the end of the second stage of the competition, the audience was left to choose their winners and top contestants.

The grand finale of Lawyers Got Talent saw three exceptional performers take the stage, each bringing their unique flair and artistic expression to the delight of the audience. The competition, which aimed to celebrate the creativity and multifaceted abilities of lawyers, was a resounding success.

For Blessing Okpere Eboselum, it was a dream come true. Her victory in the talent hunt show came as a pleasant surprise. Her powerful voice and delivery earned her the top prize of 1 million naira.

Taking second place, the first runner-up, Adekunle, impressed the audience with his exceptional drumming skills. For his remarkable performance, Adekunle was awarded 750,000 naira.

Securing third place was Justice, who captivated the audience with his compelling spoken word performance. His ability to convey a hilarious and powerful message through poetry was truly inspiring, earning him a well-deserved prize of 500,000 naira.

The Lawyers Got Talent competition was more than just a display of artistic prowess; it was a celebration of the vibrant and dynamic nature of the legal profession. The event provided a platform for lawyers to express themselves creatively, fostering a sense of camaraderie and mutual appreciation among peers.

It was a thoroughly enjoyable evening, with pictures to show for it.

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