International Journal of Legal Developments & Allied Issues

International Journal of Legal Developments & Allied Issues is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Law bearing ISSN: 2454-1273. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.


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A Deep Dive on Pertinent Issues beneath Supremacy of Community Law: Special Reference to the East African Community

This paper seeks to address issues surrounding applicability of community/regional/supranational law at national level by East African partner states. By practice regional integration initiatives results into laws that bind partner states and individuals as well. It is these laws that regulate the relationship between the states, institutions and individuals in the regional block so created.

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Nigeria: Between Monist and Dualist State

This article seeks to clarify the term treaties and human rights treaties, and analyze the relationship between international law and municipal law in Nigeria. It also seeks to appraise the concept of Nigeria as a dualist state, the monist and dualist theories, the process of domestication of international treaties in Nigeria and the domestication of

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Non Conventional Trademarks: A Legal Analysis

The traditional range of trademarks has been limited to words, symbols or designs or a combination thereof. Even if there are small differences from country to country, this scope is somewhat steady and the expansion of this scope has been discussed for more than 100 years. Any trademark that does not fall within that traditional

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Understanding Contracts from a Business Perspective

Business models have been in existence ever since the beginning of time. Business has evolved from the traditional Barter system to today’s intangible business models. It is pertinent to note that one integral principle that acts as a common ground for all of the business practices that ever existed, is ‘Contracts’. Contracts find their presence

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