Sunday, May 2, 2021

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 29, no. 2, May 2021) is out. Contents include:
  • Maame A. S. Mensa-Bonsu, Why Electoral Reforms are Urgently Needed in Ghana
  • Justice Srem-Sai, Committing Ghana to International Agreements: A Review of the Roles of Parliament and the President
  • Eti Best Herbert, Application of Electricity Federalism in Nigeria: Drawing Inspiration from America
  • Zakariya Mustapha, Sherin Kunhibava & Aishath Muneeza, Judicial Challenges Facing the Islamic Finance Industry of Nigeria
  • Sileshi B. Hirko, The Implications of TRIPs ’ Criminal Provisions on Copyright Exception for Education in Ethiopia: A Critical Approach from a Human Rights Perspective
  • Carol Chi Ngang, Self-Determination and the Southern Cameroons’ Quest for Sovereign Statehood
  • Oyeniyi Ajigboye & Ifeoluwa A. Olubiyi, Impact of TRIPs Agreement on Access to Immunosuppressant Drugs: Another Challenge in Kidney Transplantation and Treatment in Developing Countries
  • Rachel Sloth-Nielsen, September v. Subramoney and its Implications for Transgender Persons in South Africa