The Nigerian Juridical Review is a leading international law journal published annually by the Faculty of Law, University of Nigeria. One of the oldest law journals in Nigeria, the journal started publishing in 1976. The journal is a double-blind peer-reviewed journal and publishes well-researched articles on any area of the law. The journal has a tradition of publishing only authoritative, thought-provoking and highly researched materials on contemporary legal issues on Nigerian law and comparative perspectives. Case-law comments and statute notes are also accepted for review and possible publication. Articles with an interdisciplinary approach are encouraged. The journal provides invaluable resource materials for academics, practicing lawyers, judges and policy-makers.

 

About this journal

The Nigerian Juridical Review provides invaluable reading on Nigerian law, with comparative and multidisciplinary perspectives.

 

Publishes: Annually

ISSN: 0189 - 4315