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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 8, No 2 (2017)

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Articles

Copyright law and freedom of expression in South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jacob Holland 1-11
Impediments to enforcement of environmental treaties against oil pollution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Isaac O. Babatunde, Enobong Mbang Akpambang 12-27
The role of non-governmental organisations in the environmental justice paradigm EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Eghosa Osa Ekhator 28-37
International humanitarian law: the status of unlawful combatants EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Keseme Philip Odudu, Ebitari Joshua Allison 38-47
Patentability of inventions under the Nigeria’s patents and designs act: an examination EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Oladiran Akinsola Ayodele, Falade Olugbenga Damola 48-57
Control of pollution arising from oil and gas industry: appraising the scope of provisions under the 1999 Nigerian Constitution EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ted C. Eze, Amaka G. Eze 58-60
The Nigerian employee and the quest for confirmation: examining the quagmire of probationary status EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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David Tarh-Akong Eyongndi 61-71
Capitalization of offences in Nigeria: an appraisal of the international law restrictions EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Emmanuel Olugbenga Akingbehin 72-80
Paving the path to an enhanced consumer protection for the Nigerian online market: theories and concepts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ihuoma K. Ilobinso 81-91
Protection of minority shareholders under Nigerian Company Law EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Onyeka Christiana Aduma, Chineze Sophia Ibekwe 92-99
The role of the courts in the justiciability of socio-economic rights in Nigeria: lessons from India EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Aisosa Jennifer Isokpan 100-110
Can a state house of assembly enact pension law in Nigeria? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olufemi Abifarin, J.O. Olatoke San 112-118
Alternative dispute resolution mechanisms, plea bargain and criminal justice system in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.E. Ewulum 119-124
Maritime labour convention 2006: implications for seafarers after a decade EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olukayode Olalekan Aguda 125-134
Sources of law, voluntary obedience and human interactions: an analysis EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Maureen Ngozi Agbasi 135-144
Reconstructing the doctrine of stare decisis as a stabiliser in the development of international legal norms EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Henry C. Alisigwe 145-150
The legal regime for Nigerian gas EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Obioma Helen Onyi-Ogelle 151-160
Immunity ratione materiae of foreign state officials before Rwandan courts EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Evode Kayitana 161-173
Whistle blowing policy and the fight against corruption in Nigeria: implications for criminal justice and the due process EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M. Chigozie Onuegbulam 174-179
Propriety and challenges of continuous application of the English doctrine of jurisdicton in personam EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Christopher Asiafiti 180-185
Noise pollution and religious freedom in Nigeria: focus on the 2016 bill for a law to substitute the Kaduna State Religious Preaching Law 1984 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ikenga K.E. Oraegbunam 186-191


ISSN: 2276-7371
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