University of Port Harcourt Law Journals

                                 

                        

         Ibibia Lucky Worika, PhD

         Professor of Law and Dean,

         Faculty of Law

         (Executive Editor)

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF PORT HARCOURT LAW REVIEW

Prints and Open Access

ABOUT THE JOURNAL

Uniport Law Review publishes articles on all facets of law. The goal of this journal amongst others, is to place prominence on the evolving and contemporary developments in law. We welcome a range of intellectual expositions, including but not restricted to jurisprudence, legal history, treaties, investment, environment and others. The journal is designed to publish high quality articles, reviews and case notes of the widest appeal to the broader international audience, including, lawyers, law teachers, students, judges and administrators. 

EXECUTIVE EDITOR

Professor Ibibia Lucky Worika

SENIOR EDITORS

Professor Edem E Udoaka, Faculty of Law, University of Calabar, Nigeria

 

Dr. Eni Alobo, Faculty of Law, University of Calabar, Nigeria 

 

Dr. Imo Udofa, Faculty of Law, University of Uyo, Nigeria

  

MANAGING EDITORS

Dr Theodore Okonkwo

Dr. Paul Samuel Tamuno

 

WEBSITE ADMINISTRATOR

Kato Gogo Kingston, PhD

Associate Professor of Law

Website: www.katolawcentre.com

 

The published scholarly papers are licensed under the digital Commons Attribution 4.0 Unported. License URL: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0 

2017 Faculty of Law, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria

 

UNIPORT LAW REVIEW VOLUME 1 NUMBER 1 (December 2017)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

1.   Human Rights And National Security:A Case Study of West Africa [Author: Kalada D. S. Nonju, Esq] Download Full Text

 

2.   Using Patents for the Protection of Traditional Knowledge on the Medicinal Uses of Plants in Nigeria [Author: Emeka Polycarp Amechi] Download Full Text

 

3.   Limitation of Action Against Public Officers in Nigeria: Personal Injury Claims in Perspective [Author: D.U.Odigie] Download Full Text

 

4.   The Economic Analysis of Law as the Solution to Environmental Protection [Authors: Elvis-ImoGina & Solomon M. M.] Download Full Text

 

5.   Examining the Legal Instruments for the Protection of Undomesticated Animals or Wildlife in Nigeria [Author:Ibrahim Abdulkarim] Download Full Text

 

6.   Anti-Terrorism Law and the Protection of Human Rights in Nigeria: A Needless Conundrum? [Authors: Olayinka Ajala & Eghosa O. Ekhator] Download Full Text

 

7.   Justifiability of Plea Bargain in the Fight Against Corruption in the Nigerian Criminal Justice [Author: Glory Ozuru] Download Full Text

 

8.   The Effects of International Commercial Arbitration On Nigerias National Interest: A Viewpoint From the Crude Oil Sector [Authors: Kingston,Kato Gogo & Nnadozie, Eric Chi] Download Full Text

 

9.   ICT Enhanced Courtrooms in Nigeria: Are the Conditions for Effectiveness Met? [Authors: Halima Doma Kutigi & Bridget Anigbogu] Download Full Text

 

10. Foreign Policy as a Ground for External Self Determination; A Critical View of Brexit and Scottish Nationalism [Author: Benjamin Mukoro] Download Full Text

 

11.The Terrorism (Prevention) (Amendment) Act, 2013: An Analysis [Author: Hagler Okorie] Download Full Text

 

12. Re-Fortifying Polluter-Pays Principle in Addressing Environmental Damage in Nigeria [Authors: Emmanuel Onyeabor, Helen Uche Agu and Miriam Chinyere Anozie] Download Full Text

 

13. An Examination of Tax Dispute Resolution Mechanisms in Nigeria: A Case For The Adoption of Alternative Dispute Resolution Methods [Author: Newman U. Richards] Download Full Text

 

14.The Efficacy and Sustainability of National and International Laws in Eradicating Discrimination and Violence Against Women in Nigeria [Author: Joe, Esther Omotekoro] Download Full Text

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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