Research Papers/Topics in Law

Globalisation And Internationalisation Of Policy Making For international Governments

IntroductionOne of the terms that is used by everyone regardless they are businessmen, politicians or academicians and whose meaning and nature are not settled is the term “globalization”. The origin of the word globalization is “global”. The word global may take different meanings in different languages. The most common meaning however is the 3D geometric figure. According to Meydan Larousse the term global means “undertaken entirely”. This is the meaning attributed to the word g...

Respondent's Brief of argument

Its all about how to draft a respondent brief of argument.


MEANING OF THE LAW OF EVIDENCEThe Law of Evidence is an aspect of procedural law which relates to proof of facts before the court, how facts may be proved, who may prove, and what facts may or may not be proved in a court of law.WHAT IS EVIDENCEThere are various definitions of evidence. But there is no universal definition of evidence. Each of the definitions is open to one criticism or the other and as such none of them attains the status of universal acceptance.Firstly, according to Taylor,...


INTRODUCTIONRes gestae is an English doctrine of Latin origin statement that constitute part of res gestae are attributed a certain degree of reliability because they are contemporaneous, making them admissible by virtue of ‘the nature and strength’ of their connection with a particular event and their ability to explain it comprehensively. It is a doctrine with a notable’s significance In Nigeria evidence law in respect of admissibility of evidence in prove of relevant fact to fact in ...


Contract entails an agreement between two or more persons via consensus adi dem with the intention to create legal relations. This note covers the requisite knowledge needed for the law of contract and it is recommended for law students, researchers, project writers, etc.

211 - 215 Of 215 Results