KIULJ Volume 5, Issue 2 (2023)

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KIULJ Volume 5, Issue 2 (2023)

Published: 16th Nov, 2023

ISSN: 2519-9501 (Online)
Publisher: Kampala International University (KIU)


An examination of access to reporting mechanisms within regional human rights systems.

Yewande Olasunmibo Fatoki, Dolapo Omotolani Olutayo & Matilda Adedoyin Chukwuemeka [ Pages: 1-23 ]

Conscientious leadership and management of security votes in Nigeria.

Temiloluwa Omidiji & Omoniyi Bukola Akinola [ Pages: 24-49 ]

An evaluation of the legal framework for resolving disputes in the digital ecosystem in Nigeria.

Uchechukwu Esther Oloworaran [ Pages: 50-64 ]

Reconceptualising plea bargain as a prosecutory tool in Nigeria.

Ejiro Tessy Kore-Okiti [ Pages: 65-77 ]

Jurisdiction of national industrial court of Nigeria on human rights enforcement: a legislative necessity or nimiety.

Ogwu James Onoja & Shedrack Ekpa [ Pages: 78-98 ]

Integrating artificial intelligence into legal education in Nigeria: navigating the new frontier for the judicial system.

Ahmed Salisu Garba & Abdulsalam Idris Waziri [ Pages: 99-129 ]

Ethical and socio-cultural dimensions of human genome editing war against natural order.

Omolade Olomola & Jadesola Lokulo-Sodipe [ Pages: 130-160 ]

Pathways to reforming pre-trial detention in Nigeria: Ppdc’s access to justice contributions.

Sunday Kenechukwu Agwu, Uchechi Dibiaezue & Ndumamaka Chijioke [ Pages: 161-190 ]

Comparative analysis of technological advances in land registration and management across global jurisdictions.

Alex Iloba Uwadinma & Kimashinor Nwakalo-imu [ Pages: 191-215 ]

Powers, duties and limitations of election petition tribunals in Nigeria: a socio-legal analysis.

Akin Olawale Oluwadayisi [ Pages: 216-237 ]

Mining in Nigeria and environmental protection: Examining the legal and institutional frameworks.

Oluwatoyin Oyeronke Ajayi [ Pages: 238-257 ]

Technology and legal education in Nigeria: Marital bliss or blow?.

Abayomi Anthony Alayoku & Faith Modupe Akinola [ Pages: 258-280 ]

Combating trafficking of women and girls in overlapping emergencies: A review of the prevalence in north-east Nigeria.

Mary Arthur-Jolasinmi [ Pages: 281-294 ]
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