ISBN 9789785829730
Pages 366
Dimensions 229 x 152mm
Published 2020
Publisher Malthouse Press, Nigeria
Format Paperback

Jurisdiction Under Nigerian Law

by Ibrahim Abdullahi

Judicial pronouncements on issues relating to jurisdiction in Nigeria are on the increase and cases are often lost on jurisdictional grounds, while brief writing becomes herculean in the absence of a resource guide on the citation of authorities and knowing what changes have taken place in the law relating to the jurisdiction of courts in all facets of human endeavour and in respect to cases that find their way to the courts. This book highlights in a simplified manner, judicial pronouncements by the superior courts of records as it relates to issues of Jurisdiction under the Nigerian Law.

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About the Author

Ibrahim Abdullahi

Dr. Ibrahim Abdullahi was born in Sokoto State of Nigeria and had his early education there but subsequent higher education in both Sokoto and Plateau States of Nigeria. He has LLB (Common and Islamic Law) from the Usmanu Dan Fodiyo University, Sokoto where he graduated with a Second Class Upper Division; BL (Barrister at Law) from the Nigerian Law School Bwari, Abuja; LLM (Master of Laws) and PhD in Law from the University of Jos where he is currently a Senior Lecturer in the Department of Private and Business Law. He has published extensively and is a member of several professional bodies and a Fellow, Resource and Human Development (FRHD).