Wednesday, March 29, 2023

New Issue: African Journal of International and Comparative Law

The latest issue of the African Journal of International and Comparative Law (Vol. 31, no. 1, February 2023) is out. Contents include:
  • Kuel Jok, Violation of the Constitutional Law and International Provisions in the Dismissal of Justices and Judges from South Sudan Judicial Pillar
  • P. Subai & Appi K. Stephen, Between the Private Company and the LLP: Deciphering a Path for Small Businesses in Nigeria
  • Francisca Kusi-Appiah, Sustainable Natural Resource Governance in Ghana: An Appraisal of Legal Provisions on Public Participation and Accountability
  • Imed Eddine Bekhouche, Asmar binti Abdul Rahim & Aida binti Abdul Razak, Comparison of South African and Tunisian Franchising Laws Regarding Disclosure and their Implications for Algeria
  • Paul Nkoane, A Clean Swipe: Assessing the Vulnerability of South Africa and Nigeria to Money Laundering Committed with Prepaid Cards
  • Nana Charles Nguindip, Combatting Domestic Violence under International Law: Assessing the Various Legal Inconsistencies Frustrating the Protection of Women's Rights in Cameroon
  • Judith N. Onwubiko, The Biafran Self-Determination Question: Challenges and Prospects