Friday, October 4, 2013

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 21, no. 3, October 2013) is out. Contents include:
  • Vinesh Basdeo, The Legal Challenges of Criminal and Civil Asset Forfeiture in South Africa: A Comparative Analysis
  • Anthony O. Nwafor, The Requisite Intention for the Acquisition of Domicile of Choice: Permanent or Indefinite – A Comparative Perspective
  • Okechukwu Ejims, The Impact of Nigerian International Petroleum Contracts on Environmental and Human Rights of Indigenous Communities
  • Bolanle T. Erinosho, The Revised African Convention on the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: Prospects for a Comprehensive Treaty for the Management of Africa's Natural Resources
  • Charles G. Ngwena, Reforming African Abortion Laws to Achieve Transparency: Arguments from Equality
  • Aashish Srivastava & Michel Koekemoer, The Legal Recognition of Electronic Signatures in South Africa: A Critical Overview
  • Adejoke O. Oyewunmi, Sharpening the Legal Tools to Overcome Biopiracy in Africa Through Pro-development Implementation of Normative International Standards: Lessons from Brazil, South Africa and India
  • Gebreyesus Abegaz Yimer, Adjudicatory Jurisdiction in International Carriage of Goods by Sea: Would the Rotterdam Rules Settle the Controversy?
  • John-Mark Iyi, The AU/ECOWAS Unilateral Humanitarian Intervention Legal Regimes and the UN Charter