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The Nigerian Group on Private International Law Sets Sail

Report prepared by Onyoja Momoh, Post-Doctoral Researcher at the University of Aberdeen.   On Thursday 5th of November 2020, the Nigerian Group on Private International Law (“NGPIL”) held its first committee meeting by virtual platform. In attendance at the meeting and forming the Committee of NGPIL were: Dr

Jonathan Fitchen on Private International Law of Authentic Instruments

Jonathan Fitchen who is recognised as a leading scholar on the conflict of laws aspect of authentic instruments has just published a book titled “The Private International Law of Authentic Instruments” under the Hart Studies in Private International Law. The abstract reads as follows: This helpful book will equip the lawyer – whether notary, barrister […]

Cross Border Dispute Resolution under AfCFTA: A Call for the Establishment of a Pan-African Harmonised Private International Legal Regime to Actualise Agenda 2063*

    Orji Agwu Uka (the author of this piece) is a Senior Associate at Africa Law Practice NG & Company, Lagos. He holds a Masters’ Degree in International Business Law from King’s College London and an LLB from Abia State University, Uturu Nigeria.   Introduction Over three score and ten years ago, Professor G. […]