Faculty of Law

 

The Faculty of Law, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma metamorphosed from the College of Legal Studies, one of the foundation colleges of the University is over 35 years old and accredited by the National Universities Commissions (the 'NUC') and the Council of Legal Education. The Faculty aims to be ranked among the best Law Faculties in Africa, renowned for its teaching, research, innovation, legal and broad knowledge transfer. The mission of the Faculty is the pursuit of academic excellence, advancement of legal knowledge and community service through quality teaching, lifelong learning, social inclusion and relevant legal research that seeks to meet the challenges of contemporary society.

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Recent Submissions

  • ENFORCEMENT OF FUNDAMENTAL HUMAN RIGHTS IN NIGERIA: PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS 

    ALABI, AUSTINE ADEBISI (DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LAW, FACULTY OF LAW AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY EKPOMA, EDO STATE., 2016-12-01)
    Human rights protection is a matter of domestic and international Jurisdictions. Due to its nature, local courts are often vested with adjudicatory powers over international human rights obligations of countries. The world ...
  • A CRITIQUE OF THE EFFECT OF LAND USE ACT ON LEGAL MORTGAGES IN NIGERIAN FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS 

    USIGBE, SIDNEY EBEHITALE (DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LAW, FACULTY OF LAW, AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY, EKPOMA, EDO STATE, NIGERIA., 2016-12-01)
    This thesis is captioned ‘A Critique of the Effect of Land Use Act on Legal Mortgages in Nigerian Financial Institutions.’ It brought to the fore the hindrance the consent provision has brought into mortgage transactions. ...
  • LEGAL PROTECTION OF CONSUMERS OF TELECOMMUNICATION SERVICES IN NIGERIA 

    AKHABUE, AKHANENE DANIEL (DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCIAL AND INDUSTRIAL LAW, FACULTY OF LAW AMBROSE ALLI UNIVERSITY EKPOMA, EDO STATE., 2017-09-01)
    This work focuses on the legal protection of consumers of telecommunications (telecoms) services in Nigeria. The justification for it lies in the need for consumers to be adequately protected against the service providers. ...