Essays in Honor of Judge Taslim Olawale Elias:Contemporary International Law and African Law
These essays are designed to overlap in the well-tested and established fields and branches of law dealing with contemporary issues which lawyers, diplomats, political scientists, politicians and research scholars should be familiar with. The two volumes of essays are divided into seven parts. Volume one, entitled "Contemporary International Law and Human Rights" focuses essentially on subjects relating to international law and is divided into three sections. Part one of the first volume encompasses topics in international law such as: the codification of international law, evidence in the procedure of the international court of justice, and the validity of international law. The title of the second volume is "African Law and Comparative Public Law". The essays include topics of interest in the Africal legal system which has its roots in the British CCommon LAw system. The last section addresses constitutional law.
- Hardback | 976 pages
- 171.45 x 247.65 x 57.15mm | 1,790g
- 01 Jul 1992
- Dordrecht, Netherlands
- 1992 ed.
- 976 p.