Moses Oruaze Dickson is a
Nigerian-born Lawyer, entrepreneur, publisher, and philanthropist. He is the Managing
Solicitor, Triax Solicitors, and also chairman of the Boards of many companies.
He is also the founder / President of Goldcoast developmental Foundation.
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First School Leaving Certificate 1997
West African School Certificate (WASC) 2003
LLB Certificate 2009
Call to Bar Certificate 2012
National Youth Service Corps Discharge Certificate 2013
Leadership and Decision Making (Harvard) 2014
Short-course on Financial Regulation London School Economics and Political Science (LSE) 2014
Research methods for the online world all at (London School Economics and Political Science ) 2014
Mediation organized by Chambers mediation international in the University of Bedfordshire 2014
LLM International Commercial Law (the University of Bedfordshire, School of Law) 2015
MSc Financial Services Management (University of Salford, Salford Business School) 2020
Institute of Advanced Legal studies Abuja. 2018
LLM International Business Law (City University, London, School of Law) United Kingdom, 2020
Contract Administration (Georgetown University, United States) 2021
Community Journalism certificate (2021)
LLM Legislative Drafting (School of Advanced Study, University of London) - In view.
Ph.D. in Law (the University of Bradford, School of Law) United Kingdom- In view
Member, Nigerian Bar Association (NBA)
Member, Advertising Practitioner’s Council of Nigeria (APCON)
Member, Nigeria Union of Journalists
Member, Chartered institute of Administrators of Nigeria
Chattered Institute of Taxation of Nigeria
Rebalancing International Investment Agreements in Favor of Host States: Is it time for a regional investment court, Emerald publishing limited
Party autonomy and justice in international commercial arbitration, International Journal of Law and Management, Int. J.L.M. 2018, 60(1), 114-134.
Tactical litigation in the post-recast Brussels Regulation era, European Competition Law Review E.C.L.R. 2017, 38(10), 457-469.
Replacing lis pendens with forum non conveniens: a viable solution to tactical litigation in the EU? European Competition Law Review E.C.L.R. 2017, 38(11), 491-500.
Financial regulations and the Basil Accords ( LLM dissertation)
Duties and Liabilities of the paying bank under the bill of exchange (first-degree dissertation)
Scope for an appeals facility within International Commercial Arbitration, International Company, and Commercial Law
Proposal for an appeals Tribunal in Investment Treaty Arbitration, International Company, and Commercial Law Review
A case for a Regional Investment Court for Africa, North Carolina Journal of International Law
“The AFCFTA: towards an integrated intra African policy” in Rebalancing international investment agreements in favour of host states, Wiley Simmonds and Hill Publishing, 2018
|#||Title / Theme||Location / City||Name of Organizer||Date / Year||Topic / Paper Delivered|
|1||A conference brought together by academics, practitioners and other stakeholders, to debate the challenges that international law must confront to strengthen global governance; for the Covid-19 pandemic has reminded us that for every crisis confronted by humankind, solutions must be coordinated at a global scale.||Virtual. (Derby Law School)||4 Panels and 23 speakers (including Chairs, keynote speaker, opening and closing addresses)||25th May 2022||The impact of investor activities on host communities and the sad fact that third parties have no protection under international law.|
|2||Judicialization of Politics in Nigeria: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities||Yenagoa||Nigerian Bar Association, Yenagoa Branch||2021|
|3||NBA Young Lawyers Forum conference||Yenagoa||Modern Legal Practice and the Need for Adaptation for Efficient and Effective Productivity in the Legal Industry||2021|
|4||Global Governance and International Law||Lagos||Chartered institute of Taxation of Nigeria Conferences-2017||2018||How technology is changing the face of jobs in Africa|
|5||The future of the bar and the Legal Profession||Yenagoa||Young Lawyer’s Forum||2018||The role of Information and communications Technology in legal practice.|
|6||Global Governance and International Law||Lagos||Chartered institute of Taxation of Nigeria Conferences-2017||2018|
|7||African Business: Penetrating through Institution Building||Lagos||Nigerian Bar Association annual General Professional development conferences||August 18-24, 2017.|