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CALL FOR PAPERS (NIU Journal of Legal Studies)

2024-07-17

NIU Journal of Legal Studies (ISSN: 3007-1879), a quarterly law journal published by Nexus International University, invites scholarly contributions to its next edition due to be published in September, 2024.

The journal focuses on interdisciplinary academic research in law and legal institutions. It emphasizes social science approaches, especially those of economics, political science, and psychology, but it also publishes the work of historians, philosophers, and others who are interested in legal theory.

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Authors of well researched articles are to submit soft copies of their papers to:

Editor-in-Chief

NIU Journal of Legal Studies,

Email: law@niujournals.ac.ug

All articles submitted to the Journal must be original and should in no way violate any existing copyright and publication ethics relating to libel and others.

The deadline for submission is 31st August, 2024.

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Current Issue

Vol 10 No 1 (2024): NIU Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 10 No. 1, June 2024

This issue of NIU Journal of Legal Studies touches on the Role of Arbitration in Resolving Corporate Governance Dispute in Nigeria, Lagos State Land Registration Law of 2015, Implementation of the Administration of Criminal Justice Act of Nigeria, as well as Legislative Oversight Functions in Nigeria.

One of the papers, in this edition, observes that despite the numerous advantages and successes recorded in the use of arbitration to achieve an amicable resolution of corporate governance disputes, it is still faced with some limitations. The study therefore in its conclusion, recommended various strategies that can be employed to enhance the use of arbitration in resolving corporate governance disputes.

Another paper reveals that there has been a lapse in the effective implementation of ACJA in Nigeria. It was therefore concluded and recommended that the Administration of Criminal Justice Monitoring Committee set up by the ACJA of Nigeria exact their duties in check-mating the police, the office of AG of Nigeria, and the courts to ensure the maximum enforcement of their functions.

On the whole, this issue of NIU Journal of Legal Studies features many empirical and theoretical based articles which can be of great benefit to every reader.

Published: 2024-06-30

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