Africa Nazarene University Law Journal 2017 to current (Online)


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  • Format: Online
  • ISBN: 25212613
  • Category: Journals, International Law, Private and Public, Constitutional Law

R140.00



The Africa Nazarene University Law Journal (ANULJ) publishes academic contributions which are relevant to Africa from an international and comparative law perspective. Special focus is given to Africans and scholars of Africa, who are interested in African research and development. The journal is the product of the Africa Nazarene University Law School, based in Nairobi, Kenya in partnership with Juta Law. With an esteemed editorial board and international advisory board, ANULJ has the backing of the foremost African and international scholars in the field.

Available online incorporating all issues from 2017 to date, and as a print subscription (two issues per annum).

  • Articles
  • Notes
  • Book reviews

  • Students
  • Lecturers of criminal law, international law, human rights, politics
  • Practitioners of international law, human rights and regional interests

Key Benefits

  • Includes all issues from 2016 to current 
  • Hyperlinks facilitate easy navigation 
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

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The Africa Nazarene University Law Journal (ANULJ) publishes academic contributions which are relevant to Africa from an international and comparative law perspective. Special focus is given to Africans and scholars of Africa, who are interested in African research and development. The journal is the product of the Africa Nazarene University Law School, based in Nairobi, Kenya in partnership with Juta Law. With an esteemed editorial board and international advisory board, ANULJ has the backing of the foremost African and international scholars in the field.

Available online incorporating all issues from 2017 to date, and as a print subscription (two issues per annum).

  • Articles
  • Notes
  • Book reviews

  • Students
  • Lecturers of criminal law, international law, human rights, politics
  • Practitioners of international law, human rights and regional interests

Key Benefits

  • Includes all issues from 2016 to current 
  • Hyperlinks facilitate easy navigation 
  • Powerful electronic searching allows for easy and rapid access to information

This product does not have any reviews yet - be the first to write one.


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