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Title: Kampala International University Law Journal(KIULJ)
Authors: Kampala International University, School of Law
Keywords: law
Issue Date: Jan-2017
Publisher: Panamaline Books Distributors Limited
Series/Report no.: Kampala International University Law Journal(KIULJ);Vol. 1 issue 1
Abstract: Kampala International University Law Journal is the official journal of the School of Law, Kampala International University. It is a peer-reviewed journal providing distinctive and insightful analysis of legal concepts, operation of legal institutions and relationships between law and other concepts. It is guided in the true academic spirit of objectivity and critical investigation of topical and contemporary issues resulting from the interface between law and society. The result is a high-quality account of an in-depth assessment of the strengths and weaknesses of particular legal regimes with the view to introducing reforms. In furtherance of the requirements of advanced academic scholarship, the Journal pays high premium on originality and contribution to knowledge, plain and conventional language, and full acknowledgment of sources of information among other things. It is superintended by a Board of respected academics, lawyers, and other legal professionals. The Journal offers useful reference material to legal practitioners, international organisations, non-governmental organisations and the academia. It also provides multipurpose policy guide for the government. The Journal is a biannual publication. Calls for articles and submission datelines are determined by the editorial board
Description: The entire issue is available
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/345
ISSN: 2519-9501
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