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EVOLUTION OF RIGHTS OF LGBTs BY THE EUROPEAN COURT OF HUMAN RIGHTS: AN INSIGHT

There is no doubt that rights of LGBTs seem controversial or at best unsettled few decades ago among European Nations human rights regimes until recently. Hence the focus of this paper is to give an insight on the position of the European Court of Human Rights in creating a common ground and certainty on the rights of LGBTs within the member nations of the Council of Europe. It will equally highlight the evolutive approach of the Cou...

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OKWUDILI ONWURAH 18 PAGES (5542 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 0 Views
EXAMINING THE RELEVANCE OF INTERNATIONAL HUMANITARIAN LAW TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF MULTINATIONAL FORCES IN THE NORTH EAST OF NIGERIA

ABSTRACT       This research critically examines the relevance of International Humanitarian Law [IHL] to the development of multinational forces in the North East of Nigeria. International Humanitarian law is a law of armed conflict. The promulgation of various laws and the enforcement agencies in limiting the extent of feasible human suf...

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Expert Opinion In Evidence

OPINION EVIDENCE An expert has been defined as ‘a person with the status of an authority (in a subject) by reason of special skill, training or knowledge; a specialist’.Similarly, an expert witness has been described as ‘one who has made the subject upon which he speaks a matter of particular study, practice or observation: and he must have a particular and special knowledge of the subject’

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AYILARA LUKMAN Premium 20 PAGES (4531 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 717 Views
Explanation On Hearsay Evidence

HEARSAY EVIDENCE Hearsay Evidence “It’s all about the he said she said bullshit” – Limp Bizkit “Believe only half of what you see, little of what you read, and nothing of what you hear” – old saying.   Hearsay often seems to be a very slippery creature, hard to grasp and hold long enough to look clearly at, analyse and or understand. Hearsay may often seem to be perfectly obvious, crystal cl...

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AYILARA LUKMAN Premium 14 PAGES (2837 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 854 Views
FEMALE GENITAL MUTILATION: A CHILD RIGHT OR CULTURAL IMPERIALISM

ABSTRACTFemale genital mutilation (FGM) or female circumcision (FC) is to some people in the society, a barbaric practice while to others it is a custom and a respectable cultural practice. There have been several municipal and international laws enacted over the years in furtherance of the quest to abolish the practice of FGM as it is asserted to be harmful to the health of the girl child. However, there are similar practices in the Western World that are not regarded as barbaric or harmful ...

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Peter Durba Premium 64 PAGES (15756 WORDS) Law Project 755 Views
Is criminal law necessary

legal methods

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Mahendra Singh 7 PAGES (1500 WORDS) Law Essay/Paper 760 Views
JUSTICIABILITY OF THE FUNDAMENTAL OBJECTIVES AND DIRECTIVE PRINCIPLE OF STATE POLICY UNDER CHAPTER TWO OF THE 1999 CONSTITUTION; LESSON FROM THE PROGRESSIVE INTERPRETATION BY INDIAN COURTS

ABSTRACTThis Long essay sets out to analyse the provisions of chapter  II of the Constitution of the Federal Republic of Nigeria (CFRN) 1999 and the attitudes of Nigerian courts to its enforceability. It argues that the claim of non-enforceability of Chapter II is a reflection of class politics which is programmed against the interests of the poor and downtrodden, and not necessarily because the Constitution ousts the jurisdictional competence of the court to adjudicate on implementation...

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Law As It Were: The Place Of Social, Moral Value in Contemporary Nigeria

ABSTRACT.This research work is centred on Law as it Were: the Place of Social and Moral Value in Contemporary Nigeria. The Law is as old as the creation of man and all of God’s creatures. He made Law to ensure the Harmony and Peaceful co-existence among his Creatures. By his Laws, He defined the limit for man.Law in any Society is as old as the society itself. This is because when a Society or Community is formed, Laws are usually put in place to ensure the Continuity of that Society or Com...

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Law making process in Nigeria: Maximal critique

ABSTRACT The concepts of democracy and governance have come to occupy a more “prominent position in the discourse of national and international development”. They have become key notions in which “citizens can have a more active role” which should enhance their positive view of the “increase legitimacy of the state”. As a matter of fact...

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LAW OF EVIDENCE

MEANING OF THE LAW OF EVIDENCEThe Law of Evidence is an aspect of procedural law which relates to proof of facts before the court, how facts may be proved, who may prove, and what facts may or may not be proved in a court of law.WHAT IS EVIDENCEThere are various definitions of evidence. But there is no universal definition of evidence. Each of the definitions is open to one criticism or the other and as such none of them attains the status of universal acceptance.Firstly, according to Taylor,...

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Peter Durba Premium 56 PAGES (5668 WORDS) Law Book Note/Review 3,405 Views

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