African Legal Theory and Contemporary Problems: Critical Essays

@inproceedings{Onazi2014AfricanLT,
  title={African Legal Theory and Contemporary Problems: Critical Essays},
  author={Oche Onazi},
  year={2014}
}
The book is a collection of essays, which aim to situate African legal theory in the context of the myriad of contemporary global challenges; from the prevalence of war to the misery of poverty and disease to the crises of the environment. Apart from being problems that have an indelible African mark on them, a common theme that runs throughout the essays in this book is that African legal theory has been excluded, under-explored or under-theorised in the search for solutions to such… 

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