Journal of Legal Studies & Research

Journal of Legal Studies & Research is a Bi-Monthly e-Journal of Law and allied subjects bearing ISSN: 2455-2437. The Journal covers contemporary issues of Law and is not limited to any specific topic or subject.

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Have All Seats in the First Row Still been Reserved for Shareholders?

Shareholder primacy has gained enormous support among scholars, policymakers and practitioners. Shareholder primacy has become an ideology that has gained considerable momentum. However, the reality of today’s global economy shows that companies are governed and structured to achieve different goals other than maximising shareholder value. There is a transition in corporate law from shareholder primacy

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Uniform Civil Code: A Step towards Gender Justice

The founding father of our constitution Dr. B. R. Ambedkar once visioned and argued persuasively on introduction of concept of Uniform Civil Code which was supported by other eminent nationalists of that time during draft of Constitution but same was aggressively opposed by particularly a minority segment, on ground of interference in personal laws and

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Adequacy of Legal and Policy Measures taken to Realise Older Persons’ Right to Healthcare in Tanzania

Global and regional human rights treaties require state parties, including Tanzania, to take constitutional, legislative, policy and other measures to give effect to the rights guaranteed in the treaties. This article seeks to answer the question of whether Tanzania has taken adequate constitutional, legislative, and policy measures toward realising older persons’ right to healthcare. Tanzania’s

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The Extent of the Legal Protection of the Nigerian Child

Legal protection of children is as old as antiquity itself. They are eternal laws that cannot and should not be taken from children by their existence. When states fail to protect children, they do not just contravene international law but eternal law. This paper introduced the concept of legal protection, it stipulated the statement of

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