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ISSN:   0331-3638 (Print)
eISSN: 2782-8077 (Online)

DELSU Law Review (DLR), A Publication of Faculty of Law, Oleh Campus, Delta State University, Abraka, Nigeria over the years has contributed immensely to legal scholarship through the publishing of topical, recondite and current legal essays of scholars. This has impacted greatly and positively on readership cutting across the legal profession as a whole and the general public.

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Challenges of Surrogacy in the Development of Reproductive Health in Nigeria

Charles Emeka Ochem, Abieyuwa Blessing Igbinosa-Okoro Download this Paper Open Document

Constraints on Environmental Protection in Developing Countries

Mabel Osato Oniha, Bright E. Oniha Download this Paper Open Document

Wills as a Panacea to Succesion Disputes, and Inheritance Squabbles under the Nigerian Law: An Overview

Nwogbo-Egwu, C. C., Egwu, C., Udensi, A. C C Download this Paper Open Document

Tax Objections Processes, Nigeria, West Indies and other Comparative Jurisdictions

Grace Akolokwu, Chidi Halliday, Omotayo Abisoye, Rose Ohiama Ugbe, Mokutima Ekpo, Linus Nwauzi, Godwin Oyedokun, Uche Jack-Osimiri Download this Paper Open Document

Recovery of Legal Practitioners Charges: A Review of the Decision of the Court in...

Introduction This subject matter of the case is the entitlement of a legal practitioner to his professional charges from clients.  Section 19 of The Legal...

The Implications of Legislative Rent Control on Housing Delivery in Lagos State

Abstract Access to affordable housing is an intractable problem confronting the city of Lagos, leaving many residents with spiraling housing costs. This housing challenge...

Utility of Legal Software in Legal Practice and Research

Abstract This paper examines the use of legal software as a tool for researching and legal practice management. The demand for reliability and validity in...

The Role of National Implementation Bodies in Ensuring Compliance with International Humanitarian Law (IHL)

Abstract The Geneva conventions of 1949 and their additional protocols of 1977 and 2005 are the principal treaties governing the humane treatment of civilians, aid...

Challenges and Prospects of Personal income Tax Administration in Nigeria

Abstract The primary purpose of levying tax in general and personal income tax in particular is to generate revenue for government expenditure. Laws are therefore...

Data Privacy Protection and the Right to Privacy in Nigeria: An Assessment of the...

Abstract Data Privacy is occasionally referred to as ‘Information Privacy’. It builds on the established notion of privacy to regulate the relationship between the collection...

A Case for the Recognition of the Right of Spouses under Customary Law to...

Abstract Customary law marriages in Nigeria are not only recognised as legal unions, but also confer on parties a measure of rights and privileges. Unfortunately,...

The Breach Of The Duty Of Care In The Tort Of Negligence

Abstract The law of negligence is based on the duty of every one to exercise due care in his conduct towards others from which injury...

Globalization in the Context of Nigeria and its Impact on the Universality of Human...

Abstract The aim of this paper is to examine globalization within the Nigerian context and its impact on the universal application of human rights.This paper...

Surgical Castration as Punishment for Rape: A Step in the Right Direction to Curb...

Abstract The search for legal retaliation to curb the menace of rape is as old as antiquity itself. Many Nigerian women, girls, toddlers, and even...