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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 (NAUJILJ) is a scholarly, online/print, open access, peer-reviewed and fully refereed journal which focuses strictly on issues of international law and jurisprudence. The Journal is abstracted and indexed with African Journals Online (AJOL) and HeinOnline. 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 welcome. NAUJILJ is published biannually in April and September, and promptly appears in Google scholar. Submission of manuscripts can be made all through the year.


Vol 9, No 2 (2018)

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Articles

Medico-legal examination of biological responses to sexual stimulation and the law on rape in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Grace Titilayo Kolawole-Amao 1-9
A critique of the legal framework for arresting the threat of internal displacement of persons to Nigeria’s national security EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Jude O. Ezeanokwasa, Uwadineke C. Kalu, Francis Ejike Okaphor 10-21
Defining the agency of the police: conflicting legal approaches EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.C. Nwano, Bello Joseph Bamidele 22-30
Complementarity and completed trials: reforming the Ne bis in idem clause of Article 20(3) of the Rome Statute EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Evode Kayitana 31-45
Comparative examination of exercise of emergency powers (Nigeria, India and Egypt) EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Damfebo K. Derri, Perekedou James Fawei 46-57
Development of the human rights of women in a cultural milieu EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Iniye L.I. Ikimi 58-69
Local government council as a constituent of the Nigerian Federation: benefits and constitutional constraints EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.I. Obika 70-81
Critical examination of the quorum of code of conduct tribunal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Festus Okpoto Agbo 82-95
Obstacles to the implementation of the Freedom of Information Act, 2011 in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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N.J. Madubuike-Ekwe, Joseph N. Mbadugha 96-109
Attraction of business and restriction in legal practice in Nigeria and United States: need for globalization via legal education EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Akin Olawale Oluwadayisi, Lilian Ebun Effiong, Alaba Ibironke Kekere, David Tarh-Akong Eyongndi 110-121
Evaluation of the rights of the child to participation in divorce/custody matters in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chinazor Queen Umeobika 122-132
Legislative approval of executive appointments by the national assembly in Nigeria: a vindictive or a constitutional duty? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olufemi Abifarin 133-141
Towards an enhancement of the legal regime for access to primary education in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.M. Tagi 142-148
Application of treaties in Nigeria vis-à-vis the instruments of the international labour organisation EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Peter Obi Okonkwo 149-157
Permitting a certain level of doping in sports as an alternative strategy for tackling doping: a critique EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Chinemelum Nelson Arinze-Umobi, Obinna Mbanugo 158-166
Restorative justice intervention in the repression of crime in oil and gas production in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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M. Chigozie Onuegbulam 167-176
Domestic amnesty for international crimes and the icc prosecutor: when to exercise restraint in the ‘interests of justice’? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Evode Kayitana 177-186
Joint account contract: issues, law and challenges EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olabanjo O. Ayenakin, Temidayo Akindejoye 187-191
Taxpayer’s right to refund under the Nigerian law: a right in fact or privilege in camouflage? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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S.M. Olokooba, Muritala Awodun, O.D. Akintoye, Shehu Ahmad-Tijani Abubakar 192-198
Appraisal of the operationalisation of national environmental regulations in Nigeria under the national environmental standards and regulations enforcement agency EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Raphael Oladele Adeoluwa 199-215
Implementation of treaties in Nigeria: issues, challenges and the way forward EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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C.E. Okeke, M.I. Anushiem 216-229
Active participation of Nigerian women in the politics and governance: a reality or mirage? EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Ifediora Stella Eyiuche 230-239
The relevance of the defence of alibi in criminal trials in Nigeria EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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B.E. Ewulum 240-245
Administration of justice in Nigeria: a case for allowing former judicial officers to return to full legal practice EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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T.A. Yusuf 246-254


ISSN: 2276-7371
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