COVID-19 PANDEMIC THE NEEDS FOR HUMANITY LEADERSHIP AND SOLIDARITY TO DEFEAT THE CORONAVIRUS.

COVID-19 PANDEMIC THE NEEDS FOR HUMANITY LEADERSHIP AND SOLIDARITY TO DEFEAT THE CORONAVIRUS. YUSUF TUNDE OLANREWAJU (USELAW) COLLEGE OF LAWDEPARTMENT OF COMMON LAWKWARA STATE UNIVERSITY, MALETE The Coronavirus, with code name (COVID-19) pandemic is the defining global health crisis of our time and the greatest challenge we have faced since World War Two. Since its […]

ENFORCEMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIAN COURTS: PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE By Ambali AbdulAzeez

ENFORCEMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIAN COURTS: PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE By Ambali Abdulazeez Muhammed Under the administration of justice in Nigeria, Fundamental human rights are duly recognised as an important rights of human. As a result, they were entrenched in the 1999 constitution by way of protecting this rights. In case of violations, the […]

The Role of Technology and Innovation in Africa’s Development. By Agbelade Oluwole Julius

INTRODUCTIONInnovation and technology co-exist as an inextricable and potent means of attaining societal, national and continental development as the conjunctive relationship between these factors aid the swift growth and development in areas where they are highly prioritised.Albert Einstein reaffirmed the momentousness attributed to Innovation when he said; A vivid requisite of intelligence is not knowledge […]

AN OVERVIEW OF THE ORIGIN OF THE MODERN DOCTRINE OF CONTRACTUAL LAWS WITH PARTICULAR REFERENCE TO ASSUMPSIT By Ochi Chikamso

By OCHI MARIA CHIKAMSO INTRODUCTION Unjust enrichment, the doctrine of modern contract dates back to the 13th century English Law, known as the “Action of Assumpsit” which developed from “Trespass on the Case.” The courts at that time did not recognize our modern concept of breach of contract. According to Ranulf Glanvill, a famous legal […]

LAW HISTORY SERIES: NOVEMBER EDITION THE FAMOUS LOVE TANGO BETWEEN TWO SILKS

Happy new month ladies and gentlemen, I welcome you to another monthly edition of Law History Series which is aimed at promoting and unearthing the history,unknown facts and celebrating the heroes of our beloved legal profession. Recently,I have been doing some research on plethora of legal luminaries with the intention of getting some interesting details […]

Decriminalisation of Euthanasia/Physician Assisted Suicide in Some European Countries: The Nigeria’s Position By AbdulRauf Obisesan

Introdution Nigeria, like other countries, views suicide and/or aiding suicide as a criminal offence; and neither euthanasia nor physician assisted suicide is a justifiable homicide regardless of all the arguments for or against the practice overtime. Yet, it remains broadly an uncompromised concept. Having said this, this writer is of the view that adopting same […]

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