Journal Of International Legal Studies

  • Date Published 14/01/2019
Journal Of International Legal Studies
Journal Of International Legal Studies

The NIALS International Journal of Legal Studies publishes high quality, refereed articles in the rapid growing and versatile field of legal jurisprudence with particular reference to topical and engaging issues of law that affect Nigeria specifically and the international community generally. The journal aims to (a) provide governments and institutions with options and strategies to deal with the legacies of criminal law enforcements, human rights abuses and violations, environmental problems, socio-economic/legal problem of copyrights infringement, as well as ethical issues in health practitioners/patients relationships amongst others; and (b) effect social reconstruction in the wake of widespread confusion and controversies surrounding legal applications of rules of engagement in the fight against corruption, administration of the principle of plea bargaining, insolvency practice and many others. Topics covered by the journal include (but are not limited to) Environmental Law and State Responsibilities, Perspectives on Trafficking in Persons, Civil Remedies for Copyright Infringement, Nigerian Business Rescue Model and Plea Bargaining in the Administration of Criminal Justice

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Book Chapters

  • Preliminary Pages Preliminary Pages
  • Chapter 1Healthcare Institutions, Practitioners And Patient Relationship: Avoiding A Collision Course With The Law
  • Chapter 2The Nigerian Business Rescue Model: An Introduction
  • Chapter 3Perspectives On Trafficking In Human Beings
  • Chapter 4Plea Bargain In The Administration Of Criminal Justice In Nigeria
  • Chapter 5Combating Judicial Corruption In Nigeria Under Islamic Law
  • Chapter 6International Environmental Law And State Responsibility: The Nigeria Delta Experience
  • Chapter 7An Examination Of Civil Remedies For Copyright Infringement In Nigeria
  • Chapter 8Title To Maritime Territories And The Controversy Of Revenue Derivation From Oil Resources In Nigeria: Reconstructing The Trajectories Of The Offshore Boundary Case
  • General IndexGeneral Index

Journal Of International Legal Studies

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