VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1 (2015) 

Published June 2015.

Citation: (2015) 5 (1) Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy, Afe Babalola University, Nigeria

 

ARTICLES

Increased Relevance and Influence of Free Prior Informed Consent (FPIC), REDD, and

Green Economy Principles on Sustainable Commons Management in Peru

Carlos A. M. Soria Dall’Orso                                                                                      4-31                                         

Improving Substantive and Procedural Protections for Indigenous Rights in REDD+

Projects: Possible Lessons from Brazil

Kristen Taylor                                                                                                            32-54

 

NESREA and NCC Regulations on Telecommunication Masts: Implementing the

Precautionary Principle

Tolulope Ogboru                                                                                                       55-71

 

Forum Issues in the Enforcement of Regulatory Obligations of Nigerian Public Companies

Olumide Famuyiwa                                                                                                  72-100

 

Legal and Constitutional Evaluation of the Nigerian Sovereign Wealth Fund

Ekokoi E. Solomon                                                                                                   101-128

 

Legal Status of Sections 10 and 12 of the Nigerian Oil and Gas Industry Content

Development Act (2010) under the GATT Regime

Adewale Aladejare                                                                                                   129-148

 

An Examination of Contemporary Issues Relating to Medical Liability                    149-175

Elizabeth Smaranda Olarinde and Clement Chigbo

 

Refugee Rights in South Africa: Addressing Social Injustices in Government Financial

Assistance Schemes                                                                                                176-197

Callixte Kavuro 

 

Achieving Excellence in the Legal Profession in a Globalized World: Imperatives for

Developing Economies

Felicia Eimunjeze                                                                                                      198-218

 

PUBLIC LECTURE

That This Profession May Not Die: The Need to Flush Out Miscreants from the Nigerian

Legal Profession

Hon. Ibrahim Tanko Muhammad, Justice of the Supreme Court of Nigeria                219-241

 

BOOK REVIEW

Food and Agricultural Law: Readings on Sustainable Agriculture and the Law in Nigeria

Edited by: Rhuks T Ako and Damilola S Olawuyi

Reviewed by: Yemi Akinseye-George, SAN                                                                242-249

 

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