International Journal of Law


International Journal of Law
International Journal of Law
Vol. 4, Issue 6 (2018)
S.No. Title and Authors Name Country
1
Isn’t conciliation a best alternative!
Dr. Subir Bikas Mitra
India
2
The creation of international criminal court
Ali Mohammad Hasan Thynat
India
3
Evaluating commercial arbitration in Nigeria
Morning Glory N Nwafor
Nigeria
4
What a written constitution might contain and other forms of supplementary constitution
Imuetinyan Ugiagbe
Nigeria
5
Juvenile Justice in India
Smriti Raturi
India
6
Treatment of terminally ill patients and death with dignity bill, 2018: Legalizing assisted suicide in India through a concrete legislation
Dr. Vrushti Patel
India
7
The second phase of Nigerian constitution under the British imperial rule (1951-1959)
Imuetinyan Ugiagbe
Nigeria
8
Redress for infringement of indigenous rights under international law: How fair are the remedies?
Ntayi Anfani Bandawa
Nigeria
9
Aviation safety legal review based on act number 1/2009 related with the authority of local government and passenger protection in air transport business activities
Jopie JA Rory, J Ronald Mawuntu, Wulanmas APG Frederik, Flora P Kalalo
Indonesia
10
The centralization of agrarian politics of law in the decentralization era in Indonesia
Daud Djubedi, Wulanmas APG Frederik, J Ronald Mawuntu, Ronny A Maramis
Indonesia
11
Beginning of the Nigerian constitutional development under the colonial rule 1914-1926
Imuetinyan Ugiagbe
Nigeria
12
Geo-informatics assessment of urban heat impact within clustered building zones: A quantitative evidence for the enactment and enforcement of environmental friendly building laws in Calabar metropolis
Victor Ani Offiong, Patrick Samuel Etti, Michael Ebgo, Ekanem A Otu
Nigeria
13
Analysis of disparity of punishment: Study of district court and high court decision of corruption of Manado, Indonesia
Dr. Rodrigo F Elias
Indonesia
14
Addressing fiscal evasion: A comparative analysis between Mauritius and South Africa
Ambareen Beebeejaun
Mauritius
15
The challenges of cyber-warfare in the application of international humanitarian law (IHL): A critical examination of IHL rules in addressing those challenges
Addisu Genet
Ethiopia
16
Delinquent directors under the Mauritius companies Act 2001: A comparative study
Ambareen Beebeejaun
Mauritius
17
Economic Jurisprudence: A Nepalese legal perspective
Rashesh Vaidya
Nepal
18
Constitutional framework of legal rights, legislative enactments and judicial approach towards safeguarding the rights of child in India
Vijay M Gawas
India
19
Salient features of juvenile justice act 2015: Comparative study with UK
Sahil Ahuja
India