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LIST OF PUBLICATIONS MADE AND GRANTS ATTRACTED IN 2018 BY DEPARTMENTS OF THE FACULTY OF LAW

1. DR. FESTUS OKECHUKWU UKWUEZE

(a) Publications:

Journal articles

i) Ukwueze, F., Ogbuabor, C. and Obuka U. (2018) “Consumer Protection in Electronic Transactions in Nigeria: The Issues and the Law” The Nigerian Juridical Review, Vol. 14, 241 – 275.

ii) Ukwueze, F., Ogbuabor, C. and Okiche, L. (2018) “Tobacco Control Legislation and Policy in Nigeria: Much Barking Without Biting” Elixir Inter. Law (114) 49641- 49651.

(b) Grant:

Year 2017 TETFund Conference Attendance Intervention to attend and present a paper at the Third University of Pretoria International Consumer Law Conference (UPICLC) in Pretoria, Republic of South Africa, 25 – 27 September, 2018.

Value of Grant: ₦1,468,830.00 (One Million Four Hundred and Sixty-Eight Thousand Eight Hundred and Thirty Naira only

Paper presented at the Conference: “Production Liability and Consumer Protection in Trans-border Transactions: Perspectives from Nigeria”.

2. DR. UCHECHUKWU NWOKE

(a) Publications:

Mainline Book
(i) NWOKE, U. (2018): Neoliberal Corporate Governance, Oil MNCs and the Niger Delta Region: The Barriers to Effective Corporate Social Responsibility (Beau Bassin, Mauritius: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing), ISBN 978-613-9-82498-4, May, 2018. www.lap-publishing.com
Journal Articles:

(ii) EZEILO, J.N., NWOKE U. AND ANYA S.N. (2018): “The (Un)Constitutional Appropriation and Expenditure of Public Funds in Nigeria: Analyzing the Security Vote paradigm through the Law.” Journal of African Law, Vol. 62 (2), 225-253.

(iii) NWAFOR, N., NWOKE, U., ODINKONIGBO, J.J. AND UMAHI, T. (2018): “Testing the Enforceability and Jurisdictional Waters of the Convention for International Sale of Goods in Nigeria: A Non-contracting State.” International Company and Commercial Law Review, Vol. 29 (6), 404-421.

(iv) NWOKE, U., AJIBO, C.C. AND UMAHI, T.O. (2018): Neoliberal Shareholder Value and the Re-Privatization of Corporations: The Disengagement of Transformative Corporate Social Responsibility.” International Journal of Law and Management, Vol. 60 (6), 1-22.

(v) NWAFOR, N. A., NWOKE, U. ANDAJIBO, C. C. (2018):“Federal Policing, State Policing and National Security: Rethinking the Legal Approach.” Practicum Psychologia, Vol. 8, 31-46

DEPARTMENT OF CUSTOMARY AND INDIGENOUS LAW, FACULTY OF LAW, UNEC
BOOKS
1. Ezike EO, Nigerian Contract Law (Enugu: Chenglo Limited 2018) – 688 pages.
2. Ezike EO, Style Guide for Legal Research Writing: A Manual Based on the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers’ Uniform Format and Citation (the Greenbook) (Enugu: Chenglo Limited 2018) – 131 pages.
3. Olorunfemi FJ and Oloworaran BA and Jimoh J, The Right to Know: An Introduction to the Nigerian Information Act (Port Harcourt: Institute of Human Capacity Development and Continuing Education 2018) – 344 pages.

DEPARTMENT OF JURISPRUDENCE AND LEGAL THEORY

1. DR ANOIZE M.C.
Anozie M.C., Elem M. Anika E.I., The Legal Medical and Social Implications of Child Marriage in Nigeria, International Journal of law, Policy and Family, Vol. 32 (2) 1 August 2018 pp. 119-139.

2. ObiajuluNnamuch, SamualNwatu, Miriam Anozie and Emmanuel Onyeabor Nigeria’s National Health Act, National Health Insurance Scheme Act and National Health Policy: A Recipe for Universal Health Coverage or what, Medicine and Law (2018) 37:4, 645-682.

3. DR. OGUEJIOFOR OBINNE

(A) OguejioforObinne, Advancing Electronic Voting Systems in Nigeria: Legal changes and Future Directions 2018 Journal of Sustainable Development vol 14 issue 9.

(B) Technology and Democracy: Uneasy Bedfellows? E-elections in
Nigeria Challenges and Prospects 2018 essays in honour of Prof Dakas
CJ Dakas.

( C) Oguejiofor O. Improving Executive –Legislative Relations
in Nigeria Search for solutions. Journal of Legislative Studies vol. 9.

4. DR EBELE OKICHE

1. Uzoagba , N. C. and Okiche E.L. The Library and Accreditation of Nigerian Universities; the Case of University of Nigeria, Nsukka Enugu State” (2018)
International Journal of Academic library and Information Science 6(6): 142-150.

2. Ukwueze, F.O. ,Ogbuabor C.A. and Okiche E.L.(2018) “Tobacco Control Legislation and Policy: Much barking without Biting, Elixir inter-law (114) 49641-49651.

4 DR C.A. OGBUABOR

1. Ukwueze, F.O. ,Ogbuabor C.A. and Okiche E.L.(2018) “Tobacco Control Legislation and Policy in Nigeria: Much barking without Biting, Elixir inter-law (114) 49641-49651.

2. OgbuaborC..A. and Aja D.U. (2018) – Proceeding of the 1st International Conference of the Department of Economics, University of Nigeria, lNsukka. On Economic Diversification in developing countries: the way forward for Nigeria, held at the Princess Alexandria Auditorium (PAA) UNN, 20-21 July, 2018, pp 730-760.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC LAW

Staff Publications 2018
1. Joy Ezeilo, “The (Un) Constitutional Appropriation and Expenditure of Public Funds in Nigeria: Analysing the Security Vote Paradigm through the Law” Journal of African Law (JAL), Volume 62, Issue 2 June 2018, pp. 225-253 (with Uche Nwoke& Sylvester Anya).
2. Joy Ezeilo, “Trafficking in human beings in the African context”, Chapter 5, Routledge Handbook of Human Trafficking Edited by Ryszard Piotrowicz, Conny Rijken and Baerbel Heide Uhl, Published by the Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, (2018), pp 52 – 67.
3. Ezeilo, J. N. (2018) “Assessing the Level of Women Participation in the 2015 General Elections” in Mambayya House Journal of Democratic Studies, Vol. 6, Special Edition, December 2015, pp. 87 – 120.
4. Obinna James Edeh, “The ECOWAS Court and the Justiciability of Socio-Economic Rights in Nigeria,” Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Grant (2018).
5. Newman U. Richards, “The Impact of the Nigerian Cyber Crime (Prohibition, Prevention, etc) Act, 2015 on the electronic Taxation Policy in Nigeria” in Eboibi, F.E. (ed.). Handbook on Nigerian Cybercrime Law (Benin City: Justice Jeco Publishing, 2018), pp. 348 – 379.
6. Newman U. Richards, “An Examination of the Legal Implications of the Taxes and Levies (Approved List for Collection) Act (Amendment) Order 2015, on the Taxing Powers of States” Benin Bar Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, 2018, pp. 92 – 111.
7. ObiajuluNnamuchi, “Commodification of Body Parts and its Apologetics: What is the Position of Human Rights?” 40 (1) Human Rights Quarterly 168 – 193 (2018).
8. ObiajuluNnamuchi, “Securing the Right to Health in Nigeria Under the Framework of the National Health Act” 37 (3) Medicine and Law 477 – 532 (2018).
9. ObiajuluNnamuchi, “Broad consent for future Research: International Perspective” 40 (6) IRB: Ethics and Human Research 7 – 12 (2018) (with Mark A. Rothstein, Heather L. Harrel, Katie M. Saulnier, Edward S. Dove, CheinTe Tan, Tzu Hsun Hung, Alexandra Obadia, Gil Siegel and Bartha Maria Knoppers).
10. ObiajuluNnamuchi, “H3Africa: An Africa Exemplar? Exploring its Framework on Protecting Human Research Participants,” 18 Developing World Bioethics 156 – 164 (2018).