Sep 13

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Feb 21

IMPACT OF PHYSIOLOGY IN HEALTH CARE DELIVERY

BY: AMUSAT USMAN ABIOLA; LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY Physiology is in fact, the testament to the primary goal of the health care system, which is to restore normalcy after a diseased condition has distorted the healthy state of life. No wonder, physiologists principally bring into play scientific methodologies to detect and arrest deviation in …

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Feb 21

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN JUDICIAL NOTICE AND NEGLIGENCE?

BY: TEMIJUOPELO J. ALUFA; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN The aim of this paper is to experiment on the possibility of a relationship between the two legal concepts stated above It seems almost preposterous in the legal arena to try to create or find a relationship between judicial notice and negligence; so much so, that today’s lawyers deem …

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Feb 21

CRIMINALITY AND LAWLESSNESS IN THE NIGERIAN LEGISLATURE

BY: TEMIJUOPELO J. ALUFA; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN. A look into the criminal nature and atmosphere of lawlessness inherent in the affairs of the Legislature of Nigeria; the effects, the reasons and recommendations PART I It seems a peculiar notion (that sets the mind reeling) to consider the fact that the terms ‘criminality’ and ‘lawlessness’ can appear in …

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Feb 21

THE PHILOSOPHER’S RESPONSE TO NIGERIA’S PREDICAMENT

 BY: TEMIJUOPELO J. ALUFA; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN ‘‘Many men, …are inclined to doubt whether Philosophy is anything better than innocent but useless trifling, hair-splitting distinctions, and controversies on matters concerning which knowledge is impossible’’ (Bertrand Russell- ‘The Value of Philosophy’) To a layman, Philosophy is a selfish venture for people who have the time and are living false …

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Feb 19

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN CLASSICAL DRAMA AND ‘OEDIPUS REX’

BY: TEMIJUOPELO J. ALUFA, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN By Classical drama, one refers to ancient Greek Drama, a theatrical culture that existed between 550BC to about 200 BC in the city of Athens. Pre-dominantly, it is believed that drama emerged from the ritualistic practices that paid homage to the Greek god of wine- Dionysus. It is believed …

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Feb 14

TROY DAVIS V. GEORGIA [VIS-A-VIS SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY]

BY: ADEBAJO F. ADEKUNLE; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN INTRODUCTION This case is quite interesting and relevant to the study of social psychology of law. And this is so, partly because the arguments of the prosecution were based solely on eyewitness testimonies which are peculiar enough to remind us of their general inadequacies and the ignorance of …

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Feb 14

WRIT OF HABEAS CORPUS – ITS RELEVANCE TO ADMINISTRATIVE LAW AND RELATIONSHIP WITH MANDAMUS

BY: ADEBAJO F. ADEKUNLE; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN NTRODUCTION: JUDICIAL REVIEW It must be noted before all other things that the basic concern of administrative law are the powers conferred on administrative agencies by enabling statutes and their extent. And that is why P.A. Oluyede defined it as; That branch of our law which vests powers …

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Feb 11

AN EXAMINATION OF THE PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTES OF LEGAL PRACTITIONERS.

BY: ADEBAJO F. ADEKUNLE; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN. It is trite that the legal profession, being one of the most ancient and noble, is a profession that thrives on integrity. If lawyers are not trusted or deserving of being relied upon, then the temple of justice will be underutilised and stifled, for private individuals may hesitate …

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Feb 11

CRITIQUE OF THEORIES OF PUNISHMENT

BY: ADEBAJO F ADEKUNLE; UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN The main aim of law in any society is social control, the maintenance of orderliness, the granting of rights, duties and the prevention of their breach. Premised on the fact that man is not a docile and invariably compliant being, laws have been found to always have a …

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Feb 11

NIGERIA’S FOREIGN POLICY

BY: OLAYEMI, OLADOTUN OPEYEMI, BOWEN UNIVERSITY NEW REALITIES IN A CHANGING WORLD Nigeria’s fundamental principles of foreign policy have been fairly consistent since they werefirst adopted shortly after independence in October 1960. Nigeria’s foreign policy has continued to change and evolve in the setting of domestic and international environment. The major elements of the changing world and …

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