Journal Of Constitutional Law

  • Date Published 14/01/2019
Journal Of Constitutional Law
Journal Of Constitutional Law

Constitutional Law in any State defines State powers as well as constitutes and delineates the organs of government. In addition to dealing with the organization of state and government, constitutional law also concerns itself with the relationship between government and citizens, more specifically with the rights and privileges of the individual vis-à-vis the state. The superior nature of Constitutional law viz a viz other aspects of law requires that detailed and constant scholarly consultations be undertaken to keep the issues to which the subject matter relates, in agreement with present realities. As such, Constitutional law remains a major focus of legal studies and research in the Institute. The NIALS Journal of Constitutional Law is dedicated to the advancement of legal knowledge in the field of Constitutional Law both on a national and on an international scale. By encouraging the voicing of various perspectives in Constitutional law issues, the Journal endorses an approach towards a coherent understanding of Constitutional Law and prepares the ground for novel answers to the challenges arising  from the constantly changing global legal framework that arises from issues such as the interplay within and between governments of different jurisdictions and the expectations of citizens from their respective governments

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Book Chapters

  • Preliminary PagesPreliminary Pages
  • Chapter 1Revisiting Right To Life In Nigeria: Enthronement Or Retreat Into Right To Burial?
  • Chapter 2Scope Of Legislative Oversight Under The 1999 Constitution
  • Chapter 3Subsidiarity Principle And Judicial Enforcement Of Federalism In Nigeria
  • Chapter 4The Public-private Divide In Constitutional Law: The American Doctrine Of ‘state Action’ At The End Of The Twentieth Century
  • Chapter 5Construction Of Constitutional Provisions
  • Chapter 6The Concept Of Amnesty And Its Place In Human Rights Discourse
  • Chapter 7The “right To Health” As The Basis For Transforming The Primary Health Care System Of Nigeria
  • Chapter 8Institutional And Constitutional Constraints To The Realization Of Economic, Social And Cultural Rights In Nigeria: Lessons To Learn From International Law
  • General IndexGeneral Index

Journal Of Constitutional Law

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