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DELSU Law Review (DLR) since its maiden edition in 2005 has contributed to legal scholarship by publishing contributions in the form of legal essays, case reviews on topical and recondite issues on a wide range of legal issues from  law  teachers, researchers, legal practitioners among others. It has contributed to legal education across the globe.

This is Volume 6

ISSN: 0331-3638
eISSN: 2782-8077

Contact : delsulawreview@gmail.com

Frequency of Publication
(issues/volumes per year)  Annual. First year of journal publication (maiden issue)  2005

Delsu Law Reiw Vol 5 2019-001

DELSU Law Review (DLR) since its maiden edition in 2005 has contributed to legal scholarship by publishing contributions in the form of legal essays, case reviews on topical and recondite issues on a wide range of legal issues from  law  teachers, researchers, legal practitioners among others. It has contributed to legal education across the globe.

ISSN: 0331-3638
eISSN: 2782-8077

Contact : delsulawreview@gmail.com

Frequency of Publication
(issues/volumes per year)  Annual. First year of journal publication (maiden issue)  2005

ARTICLES

IS LAW A PARASITIC DISCIPLINE? AN APPRAISAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN LAW By Ochem C.E, Ibe Okegbe Ifeakandu

Abstract Research comprises primarily facts finding in a particular subject matter, facts ordering, fact systematizing and study in and predicting legal trends. Law is expressed…

Plea Bargain on the Prosecution of Corruption Cases Under The Administration Of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 By Mohammed Bashir Tanko.

Abstract Nigeria understandably opted to incorporate plea bargain into its criminal justice administration via Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 with a view of saving…

THE PROCEDURE FOR REVOCATION UNDER THE LAND USE ACT AND GOVERNOR’S COMPLIANCE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL By Dr (Mrs.) Emuobo Emudainohwo

Abstract The paper examined the extent of government’s compliance with the procedure of acquisition of private property in Nigeria. Even though there are statutes which…

A Critical Examination of the Energy Commission Act of Nigeria Cap E.10: Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004. By Dr. (Barr) (Mrs.) Patricia…

Abstract Nigeria as an under developed country would require a constant and sufficient energy to be able to harness all the abundant natural and mineral…

The Principles of Freedom of Contract and Laissez Faire Vis-A-Vis The Regulation of The Internet in Nigeria By Judith E Jessah

Abstract This paper has x-rayed the principles of freedom of contract and laissez faire vi-a-vis the regulation of the internet in Nigeria. The paper aimed…

TOWARDS INJECTION OF NEW PRINCIPLES INTO NIGERIAN FEDERALISM By A.D. Badaiki

Abstract Nigeria operates a federal system of government by which the political structure allows states to unite under a central government. It is a compromise…

Protecting Religion and Culture in Nigeria: Probing Same Sex Relationships and Marriages Under the Criminal Justice Administration By Adekunbi Imosemi

Abstract In contrast to the conventional definition of marriage as a voluntary union for life of one man and one woman to the exclusion of…

THE RULE OF LAW AND REALITIES OF THE LAW IN NIGERIA: RETHINKING THE 21ST CENTURY ROADMAP FOR LIBERTY AND JUSTICE IN AFRICA By V….

Abstract As aptly submitted by Kofi Bentil, the concept of Rule of Law is the principle that governments must be governed by well-defined set of…

CRITICAL EXPOSITION OF THE NIGERIAN CYBERCRIMES (PROHIBITION, PREVENTION, ETC) ACT, 2015 By F. E. Eboibi

Abstract The Nigerian Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, Etc) Act, 2015(the Act) is the first Nigerian legislation that regulates the activities of persons online. It is a…

PROMOTING AMICABLE WAY OF RESOLVING MARITAL DISPUTES: A CASE FOR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION by Adesoji Kolawole Adebayo et al

Abstract Marital dispute is a universal problem which has affected a lot of couples even those who have healthy homes. Marriage is gradually moving towards…

A Critique Of The Exclusive Jurisdiction And Nature Of Human Rights Mandate Of The National Industrial Court On The Constitution (Third Alteration) Act 2010…

Abstract The article discusses the ramifications of the court's exclusive jurisdiction and the different aspects of the court's human rights jurisdiction as set out in…

TOWARDS GIVING JURISTIC PERSONALITY TO CHURCHES UNDER COMMON LAW IN NIGERIA by Idowu A Akinloye

Abstract This article explores the juristic personality of churches under common law as applicable in Nigeria. Generally, the popular assumptions by which churches seek juristic…

PRACTICABILITY OF WAIVING CONSTITUTIONAL IMMUNITY UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA 1999 (AS AMENDED) By Ahmad Haruna Danmaigauta, Usman Uwaisu Usman

Abstract Jurists and other Nigerians concerned have advanced a lot of arguments on the issue of the practicability of constitutionally immune officials’ powers to waive…

REFLECTIONS ON THE RULE OF LAW IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA by O.K Edu

Abstract This paper examines the concept of the rule of law and its operation in Nigeria. It observes that the…

Euthanasia, Murder Or Mercy: Examining The Right To Die Under The Nigerian Constitution By Patricia Izuka Tom, Dauda Momodu

Abstract At the mention of death an avalanche of human emotions are educed and the air of conservativeness surrounding death compels an instinctive reluctance to…

ARTICLES

IS LAW A PARASITIC DISCIPLINE? AN APPRAISAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN LAW By Ochem C.E, Ibe Okegbe Ifeakandu

Abstract Research comprises primarily facts finding in a particular subject matter, facts ordering, fact systematizing and study in and predicting legal trends. Law is expressed…

Plea Bargain on the Prosecution of Corruption Cases Under The Administration Of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 By Mohammed Bashir Tanko.

Abstract Nigeria understandably opted to incorporate plea bargain into its criminal justice administration via Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 with a view of saving…

THE PROCEDURE FOR REVOCATION UNDER THE LAND USE ACT AND GOVERNOR’S COMPLIANCE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL By Dr (Mrs.) Emuobo Emudainohwo

Abstract The paper examined the extent of government’s compliance with the procedure of acquisition of private property in Nigeria. Even though there are statutes which…

A Critical Examination of the Energy Commission Act of Nigeria Cap E.10: Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004. By Dr. (Barr) (Mrs.) Patricia…

Abstract Nigeria as an under developed country would require a constant and sufficient energy to be able to harness all the abundant natural and mineral…

The Principles of Freedom of Contract and Laissez Faire Vis-A-Vis The Regulation of The Internet in Nigeria By Judith E Jessah

Abstract This paper has x-rayed the principles of freedom of contract and laissez faire vi-a-vis the regulation of the internet in Nigeria. The paper aimed…

TOWARDS INJECTION OF NEW PRINCIPLES INTO NIGERIAN FEDERALISM By A.D. Badaiki

Abstract Nigeria operates a federal system of government by which the political structure allows states to unite under a central government. It is a compromise…

Protecting Religion and Culture in Nigeria: Probing Same Sex Relationships and Marriages Under the Criminal Justice Administration By Adekunbi Imosemi

Abstract In contrast to the conventional definition of marriage as a voluntary union for life of one man and one woman to the exclusion of…

THE RULE OF LAW AND REALITIES OF THE LAW IN NIGERIA: RETHINKING THE 21ST CENTURY ROADMAP FOR LIBERTY AND JUSTICE IN AFRICA By V….

Abstract As aptly submitted by Kofi Bentil, the concept of Rule of Law is the principle that governments must be governed by well-defined set of…

CRITICAL EXPOSITION OF THE NIGERIAN CYBERCRIMES (PROHIBITION, PREVENTION, ETC) ACT, 2015 By F. E. Eboibi

Abstract The Nigerian Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, Etc) Act, 2015(the Act) is the first Nigerian legislation that regulates the activities of persons online. It is a…

PROMOTING AMICABLE WAY OF RESOLVING MARITAL DISPUTES: A CASE FOR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION by Adesoji Kolawole Adebayo et al

Abstract Marital dispute is a universal problem which has affected a lot of couples even those who have healthy homes. Marriage is gradually moving towards…

A Critique Of The Exclusive Jurisdiction And Nature Of Human Rights Mandate Of The National Industrial Court On The Constitution (Third Alteration) Act 2010…

Abstract The article discusses the ramifications of the court's exclusive jurisdiction and the different aspects of the court's human rights jurisdiction as set out in…

TOWARDS GIVING JURISTIC PERSONALITY TO CHURCHES UNDER COMMON LAW IN NIGERIA by Idowu A Akinloye

Abstract This article explores the juristic personality of churches under common law as applicable in Nigeria. Generally, the popular assumptions by which churches seek juristic…

PRACTICABILITY OF WAIVING CONSTITUTIONAL IMMUNITY UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA 1999 (AS AMENDED) By Ahmad Haruna Danmaigauta, Usman Uwaisu Usman

Abstract Jurists and other Nigerians concerned have advanced a lot of arguments on the issue of the practicability of constitutionally immune officials’ powers to waive…

REFLECTIONS ON THE RULE OF LAW IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA by O.K Edu

Abstract This paper examines the concept of the rule of law and its operation in Nigeria. It observes that the…

Euthanasia, Murder Or Mercy: Examining The Right To Die Under The Nigerian Constitution By Patricia Izuka Tom, Dauda Momodu

Abstract At the mention of death an avalanche of human emotions are educed and the air of conservativeness surrounding death compels an instinctive reluctance to…

ARTICLES

IS LAW A PARASITIC DISCIPLINE? AN APPRAISAL RESEARCH METHODOLOGY IN LAW By Ochem C.E, Ibe Okegbe Ifeakandu

Abstract Research comprises primarily facts finding in a particular subject matter, facts ordering, fact systematizing and study in and predicting legal trends. Law is expressed…

Plea Bargain on the Prosecution of Corruption Cases Under The Administration Of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 By Mohammed Bashir Tanko.

Abstract Nigeria understandably opted to incorporate plea bargain into its criminal justice administration via Administration of Criminal Justice Act, 2015 with a view of saving…

THE PROCEDURE FOR REVOCATION UNDER THE LAND USE ACT AND GOVERNOR’S COMPLIANCE: A CRITICAL APPRAISAL By Dr (Mrs.) Emuobo Emudainohwo

Abstract The paper examined the extent of government’s compliance with the procedure of acquisition of private property in Nigeria. Even though there are statutes which…

A Critical Examination of the Energy Commission Act of Nigeria Cap E.10: Laws of the Federation of Nigeria, 2004. By Dr. (Barr) (Mrs.) Patricia…

Abstract Nigeria as an under developed country would require a constant and sufficient energy to be able to harness all the abundant natural and mineral…

The Principles of Freedom of Contract and Laissez Faire Vis-A-Vis The Regulation of The Internet in Nigeria By Judith E Jessah

Abstract This paper has x-rayed the principles of freedom of contract and laissez faire vi-a-vis the regulation of the internet in Nigeria. The paper aimed…

TOWARDS INJECTION OF NEW PRINCIPLES INTO NIGERIAN FEDERALISM By A.D. Badaiki

Abstract Nigeria operates a federal system of government by which the political structure allows states to unite under a central government. It is a compromise…

Protecting Religion and Culture in Nigeria: Probing Same Sex Relationships and Marriages Under the Criminal Justice Administration By Adekunbi Imosemi

Abstract In contrast to the conventional definition of marriage as a voluntary union for life of one man and one woman to the exclusion of…

THE RULE OF LAW AND REALITIES OF THE LAW IN NIGERIA: RETHINKING THE 21ST CENTURY ROADMAP FOR LIBERTY AND JUSTICE IN AFRICA By V….

Abstract As aptly submitted by Kofi Bentil, the concept of Rule of Law is the principle that governments must be governed by well-defined set of…

CRITICAL EXPOSITION OF THE NIGERIAN CYBERCRIMES (PROHIBITION, PREVENTION, ETC) ACT, 2015 By F. E. Eboibi

Abstract The Nigerian Cybercrimes (Prohibition, Prevention, Etc) Act, 2015(the Act) is the first Nigerian legislation that regulates the activities of persons online. It is a…

PROMOTING AMICABLE WAY OF RESOLVING MARITAL DISPUTES: A CASE FOR ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION by Adesoji Kolawole Adebayo et al

Abstract Marital dispute is a universal problem which has affected a lot of couples even those who have healthy homes. Marriage is gradually moving towards…

A Critique Of The Exclusive Jurisdiction And Nature Of Human Rights Mandate Of The National Industrial Court On The Constitution (Third Alteration) Act 2010…

Abstract The article discusses the ramifications of the court's exclusive jurisdiction and the different aspects of the court's human rights jurisdiction as set out in…

TOWARDS GIVING JURISTIC PERSONALITY TO CHURCHES UNDER COMMON LAW IN NIGERIA by Idowu A Akinloye

Abstract This article explores the juristic personality of churches under common law as applicable in Nigeria. Generally, the popular assumptions by which churches seek juristic…

PRACTICABILITY OF WAIVING CONSTITUTIONAL IMMUNITY UNDER THE CONSTITUTION OF FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA 1999 (AS AMENDED) By Ahmad Haruna Danmaigauta, Usman Uwaisu Usman

Abstract Jurists and other Nigerians concerned have advanced a lot of arguments on the issue of the practicability of constitutionally immune officials’ powers to waive…

REFLECTIONS ON THE RULE OF LAW IN CONTEMPORARY NIGERIA by O.K Edu

Abstract This paper examines the concept of the rule of law and its operation in Nigeria. It observes that the…

Euthanasia, Murder Or Mercy: Examining The Right To Die Under The Nigerian Constitution By Patricia Izuka Tom, Dauda Momodu

Abstract At the mention of death an avalanche of human emotions are educed and the air of conservativeness surrounding death compels an instinctive reluctance to…