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Nnamdi Azikiwe University Journal of International Law and Jurisprudence

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Nnamdi Azikiwe University Journal of International Law and Jurisprudence (JILJ) is a scholarly, online/print, open access, peer-reviewed, and fully refereed annual journal which focuses strictly on issues of international law and jurisprudence. The Journal is abstracted and indexed with Google scholar via African Journals on Line (AJOL). It provides a forum for legal scholars and jurists to report research findings for policy making through innovative and advanced methodologies. Well researched and original papers on topical subject matters, and case/book reviews, which extend the frontiers of knowledge with a view to solving developmental problems, are hereby welcome. Submission of manuscripts can be made all through the year.


Vol 7 (2016)

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Articles

Sustainable development and its evolution in the realm of international environmental law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nabaat Tasnima Mahbub 1-16
A re-examination of the requirement of domestication of treaties in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Flora Alohan Onomrerhinor 17-25
Towards containing the jurisdictional problems in prosecuting cybercrimes: case reviews and responses EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ikenga KE Oraegbunam 26-40
Special and differential treatment in the WTO: Its content and competence for facilitation of development EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MD Mehedi Hasan 41-54
Religious freedom and its limitations under the 1999 constitution of Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jude O Ezeanokwasa 55-69
Restorative justice and non-custodial measures: Panacea to recidivism and prison congestion in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Michael Chukwujindu Ogwezzy, Akintunde Abidemi Adebayo, Alaba Ibironke Kekere 69-78
Legal implications of employment casualisation in Nigeria: A cross-national comparison EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chineze Sophia Ibekwe 79-89
Physicians and wrong diagnosis of patients: An assessment of legal duties and liabilities in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Maryam Bayero-Jimoh, Abdulsalam-La-Kadri Mutiat, Jimoh Yahaya, La-Kadri Lukman 90-100
The law and practice of electronic taxation in Nigeria: The gains and challenges EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MN Umenweke 101-112
New technologies and the right to privacy in Nigeria: Evaluating the tension between traditional and modern conceptions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Lukman Adebisi Abdulrauf, Abdulrazaq Adelodun Daibu 113-124
Monitoring good corporate governance in developing countries: Evidence from Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Anthonia Omosefe Ugowe 125-133
Unfair dismissal in Nigeria: Imperative for a departure from the common law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emmanuel OC Obidimma, MI Anushiem, UMJ Ekeneme 134-143
An Appraisal of ideological inspirations of marriage redefinition in the 21st century legal regimes EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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MO Izunwa 144-151
The import of section 396 of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA) 2015: case study of Federal Republic of Nigeria V Dr Olubukola Abubakar Saraki EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Afolasade A Adewumi
Counteracting hate speech and the right to freedom of expression in selected jurisdictions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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KO Mrabure
Legal matters of the modern silk road between the people’s Republic of China and the Republic of Kazakhstan EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Aidana Aldiyarova 170-175
Violence against children in Nigeria: Child battering in focus EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chinazor Queen Umeonbika 176-183
Book Review: Ideological bases of the Nigerian Presidential Constitutions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Nathaniel C Obiagba 183-189


ISSN: 2276-7371
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