Book Symposia

Book Review XVI

Author and Convener: Nathan Andrews & Logan Cochrane: The Transnational Land Rush in Africa

Contributors

Nathan Andrews & Logan Cochrane: Symposium Introduction: The Transnational Land Rush in Africa

Nisrin Elamin: Towards A More Historicized Understanding of the Transnational Land Rush in Africa

Lorenzo Cotula: The Global Land Rush, Revisited

Kariuki Kirigia: An Appraisal of Promises After the Ruins: The Global Land Rush in Africa

Wegayehu Fitawek: Book Review: The Transnational Land Rush in Africa: A Decade After the Spike


Book Symposium XV

Author and Convener: Ilias Alami: Money Power and Financial Capital in Emerging Markets: Facing the Liquidity Tsunami 

Contributors

Ilias Alami: Symposium Introduction: Money Power and Financial Capital in Emerging Markets: Facing the Liquidity Tsunami

Fathimath Musthaq: The Role of the State in Managing Crossborder Flows and the Politics of Crossborder Capital Management Tools

Cecilia Rikap: Money Power, Rentiership and Extractivism in Emerging Countries

Pablo Bortz: Book Review of "Money Power and Financial Capital in Emerging Markets"

Francis Valentine Garikayi: Foreign Exchange Control and Capital Accumulation in Zimbabwe: Insights from Alami

Ingrid Harvold Kvangraven: Money Power and Financial Capital from a Decolonial Perspective


Book Symposium XIV

AuthorsMarius Schneider & Vanessa FergusonEnforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Africa 

Convener: Chijioke Okorie

Contributors

Chijioke Okorie: Book Review Introduction: Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Africa

Obafemi Agaba: Springboard for Increased Advocacy Against Counterfeiting and Piracy in Africa

Hanani Hlomani: Intellectual Property Enforcement in Africa: Are Regional IP Organizations the Way to Go?

Isaac Rutenberg: First Approximation for the Black Letter Law and Key Aspects of Practice in IP Enforcement Across Africa

Ruth Mulenga Sinkala: Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Africa: The Traditional Knowledge and Traditional Cultural Expressions Perspective Matters Too

Marius Schneider & Vanessa Ferguson: Enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights in Africa: Book Promotion in the Time of COVID


Book Symposium XIII

Author and Convener: James Thuo GathiiThe Performance of Africa's International Courts: Using Litigation for Political, Legal and Social Change, OUP, 2020 

Contributors

James Thuo Gathii: Book Review Symposium Introduction: The Performance of Africa's International Courts: Using Litigation for Political, Legal and Social Change, OUP, 2020

Tomasz Milej: A Venue or a Decision Maker? The Constitutional Function of African Regional Courts

Diana Kisakye: Book Review: The Performance of Africa's International Courts: Using Litigation for Political, Legal and Social Change

Grace Wakio Kakai: Book Review: The Performance of Africa's International Courts, Using Litigation for Political, Legal and Social Change

Rahina Zarma: Book Review: The Performance of Africa's International Courts: Using Litigation for Political, Legal, and Social Change

Salome Addo Ravn: Book Review: The Performance of Africa's International Courts Using Litigation for Political, Legal, and Social Change

Adedamola Gbolahan: The Performance of Africa's International Court: Book Review


Book Symposium XII

Authors and Conveners: Daniel BradlowElizabeth Sidiropoulos: The Role of the Constitution in South Africa's Foreign Policy 

Contributors

Daniel BradlowElizabeth Sidiropoulos: Introductory Essay: The Role of the Constitution in South Africa's Foreign Policy

Adv Bongani Majola: The Role of the Constitution and Courts in the Making and Interpretation of Foreign Policy

Nicole Fritz: When it Comes to the Courts, There's Nothing Really Foreign about "Foreign Policy"

Jonathan Klaaren & Daiyaan Halim: What Role does the Constitution Play in Shaping and Implementing South Africa's Foreign Policy? 

Penelope Andrews: Corruption and South Africa's Foreign Policy


Book Symposium XI

Author and Convener: Collins C. Ajibo: International Investment Law: National Regional and Global Perspectives

Contributors

Collins C. Ajibo: International Investment Law: National Regional and Global Perspectives Book Symposium Introduction

Chieh Huang: Book Review of International Investment Law: National Regional and Global Perspectives, Collins C Ajibo, (Wolf Legal Publishers 2020)

Farouq Saber Al-Shibli: Book Review of International Investment Law: National, Regional and Global Perspectives by Dr. Collins C Ajibo (Wolf Legal Publishers, Nijmegen, the Netherlands: 2020)

Onyeka K. Osuji: Review of International Investment Law: National, Regional and Global Perspectives by Collins C. Ajibo (Nijmegen, The Netherlands: 2020)


Book Symposium X

Author and Convener: Rumana Islam: The Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in International Investment Arbitration: Developing Countries in Context (Springer, 2018)

Contributors

Rumana Islam: Introduction to the Book: 'The Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in International Investment Arbitration: Developing Countries in Context' (Springer, 2018)

Nitish Monebhurrun: Book Review: Rumana Islam, The Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in International Investment Arbitration - Developing Countries in Context, Springer, 2018

Rizwanul Islam: Review of the Fair and Equitable Treatment (FET) Standard in International Investment Arbitration: Developing Countries in Context

Ferdous Rahman: The Fate of the Developing States in International Arbitration and the Fair and Equitable Treatment Standard


Book Symposium IX

Author and Convener: African Natural Resources Centre (ANRC): Rethinking Land Reform in Africa: New Ideas, Opportunities and Challenges, (African Natural Resources Centre, 2020)

Contributors

Cosmas Milton Obote Ochieng & Oluwaseyi SanniRethinking Land Reform in Africa: New Ideas, Opportunities and Challenges: Introduction 

Tomaso Ferrando: Beyond Land Reforms: Strengthening Links with Food Sovereignty and Land Rights Activists

Femke Brandt: Will Land Reform Change Rural Women's Realities in South Africa?

Nathan Andrews & Logan Cochrane: The Land Question and Legal Pluralism in Africa: Recent Contributions and Future Work

Luregn Leggenhager & Romie Nghitevelekwa: The Significance of decent-based 'customary' land management for land reform and agricultural futures in Africa

Collins Odote: The Place of Communal Land Rights in Africa's Land Reform Discourse


Book Symposium VIII

Author and ConvenerAmaka VanniPatent Games in the Global South: Pharmaceutical Patent Law-Making in Brazil, India and Nigeria (Oxford: Hart, 2020)

Contributors

Amaka Vanni: Patent Games in the Global South: Pharmaceutical Patent Law-Making in Brazil, India and Nigeria (Oxford: Hart, 2020) ISBN, HB: 9781509927395, 240 pp. - Introduction

Vitor Henrique Pinto Ido'Brazil: The Juridical State' - Review of Amaka Vanni's Patent Games in the Global South

Swaraj Barooah: Review of Chapter 5 on India - From Little Acorns to Mighty Oaks 

Desmond Oriakhogba: Patent Games in the Global South and the Race for COVID-19 Vaccine: Why Nigerian is Lagging Behind and What Needs to be Done

Adéráyọ̀ SànúsíPatent Law Making in Context and the Value of Socio-Legal Approaches to Studying Intellectual Property in Global South Countries


Book Symposium VII

Authors and ConvenersDr. Chukwuma Samuel Adesina Okoli & Dr. Richard Frimpong OppongPrivate International Law in Nigeria

Contributors

Dr. Chukwuma Samuel Adesina Okoli & Dr. Richard Frimpong OppongBook Symposium Introduction – Private International Law in Nigeria, Hart Publishing, 2020

Anthony KennedyThe Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Judgments at Common Law in Nigeria

Richard Mike MlambePresence as a Basis for International Jurisdiction of a Foreign Court under Nigerian Private International Law

Dr Abubakri YekiniThe Practicality of the Enforcement of Jurisdiction Agreements in Nigeria

Orji Agwu UkaA Call for the Wider Study of Private International Law in Africa: A Review of Private International Law in Nigeria


Book Symposium VI

Author and ConvenerDr. Victoria R NaluleEnergy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism

Contributors

Victoria R NaluleBook Review Symposium IntroductionEnergy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism

Leezola R. ZongweReview I: Energy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism

Denis GyeyirReview II: Energy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism

Michael Uche UkponuReview III: Energy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism

Télio Murrure:  Review IV: Energy Poverty and Access Challenges in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Role of Regionalism


Book Symposium V

Author and ConvenerAnnamaria ViterboSovereign Debt Restructuring: The Role and Limits of Public International Law

Contributors

Annamaria ViterboBook Symposium Introduction: Sovereign Debt Restructuring: The Role and Limits of Public International Law

Kevin P. GallagherClosing the Gap for Fairness and Prosperity: Annamaria Viterbo’s Sovereign Debt Restructuring: The Role and Limits of Public international Law

Gustavo PrietoBook Review: Annamaria Viterbo, Sovereign Debt Restructuring: The Role and Limits of Public International Law

Luca PasquetSome Considerations on State Immunity and Sovereign Debt


Book Symposium IV

Author and Symposium ConvenerDr. Chijioke Ifeoma Okorie – “Multi-sided Music Platforms and the Law: Copyright, Law and Policy in Africa

Contributors

Chijioke Ifeoma OkorieIntroduction: Multi-sided Music Platforms and the Law: Copyright, Law and Policy in Africa

Veit ErlmannMulti-sided Music Platforms and the Law: Cultural anthropology perspectives

Desmond O OriakhogbaMulti-sided Music Platforms and the Law: Reasons why the work is a ground-breaking work of scholarship from the African continent

Ayoyemi Lawal-ArowoloMulti-sided Music Platforms and the Law: Afrocentric perspectives

Eleonora RosatiMulti-sided Music Platforms and the Law: Why platform specificity and Global South focus matter

Chijioke Ifeoma OkorieMulti-sided music platforms and the Law: Reflections on the panel discussion on the digital creative economy


Book Symposium III

Eleanor M. Fox and Mor BakhoumMaking Markets Work for Africa: Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa

Conveners:  Spencer Weber Waller and James Thuo Gathii 

Contributors

Spencer Weber Waller and James Thuo Gathii :  Symposium on Eleanor M. Fox & Mor Bakhoum, Making Markets Work for Africa: Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Saharan Africa (Oxford University Press, 2019)

Tembinkosi Bonakele (Commissioner of the South African Competition Commission): Book Review of Fox and Bakhoum, Markets, Development, and Competition Law in Sub-Sub-Saharan Africa

Jonathan KlareenBook Review of Fox and Bakhoum: Making Markets Work for Africa (OUP, 2019)

Tim Büthe and Vellah Kedogo KigwiruReflections on Fox and Bakhoum’s Making Markets Work for Africa (OUP, 2019)

Vani ChettyReview of Making Markets Work for Africa (Fox & Bakhoum, OUP 2019)

Jasper LubetoCompetition law and policy as a tool for development: a review of Making Markets Work for Africa: Markets, Development, and Competition Law in sub-Saharan Africa by Eleanor Fox and Mor Bakhoum

Anthony IdigbeOverview of Development of Competition Law in Nigeria

Enyinnaya UwadiThe Nigerian Federal Competition and Competition Protection Act 2019: Lessons from South Africa

Chijioke Chika Chijioke-OforjiReflections on Making Markets Work for Africa and the Structure, Function and Challenges of Nigeria’s new Anti-Trust Regulator


Book Symposium II

Author and Symposium Convener: Dr. Fola AdelekeInternational Investment Law and Policy in Africa: Exploring a Human Rights Based Approach to Investment Regulation and Dispute Settlement

Contributors

Dr. Fola AdelekeBook Symposium Introduction: Exploring a Human Rights based approach to Investment Regulation in Africa

Dr. Rachel AdamsInternational Investment Law and Policy in Africa: Further Analysis on Neoliberalism

Dr. Shanelle van der BergAccountability in sustainable development: Pipe dream or necessity for global transformation?

Dr. Regis SimoInternational Investment Law and Policy in Africa in the Context of the Pan-African Investment Code


Book Symposium I

Author and Symposium Convener: Dr. Jonathan BashiRegional Developmentalism Through International Law: Establishing an African Economic Community

Contributors

Dr. Jonathan BashiBook Symposium Introduction: Regional Developmentalism Through International Law: Establishing an African Economic Community

Prof. Richard Frimpong OppongREVIEW I of Regional Developmentalism through International Law – Establishing an African Economic Community, Jonathan Bashi Rudahindwa, Routledge, 2018

Prof. Scott NewtonREVIEW II of Regional Developmentalism Through Law: Establishing an African Economic Community, Jonathan Bashi Rudahindwa, Routledge, 2018

Prof. Diamond AsiagborREVIEW III of Regional Developmentalism through Law: Establishing an African Economic Community, Jonathan Bashi Rudahindwa, Routledge, 2018

Prof. Kofi Oteng KufuorREVIEW IV of Regional Developmentalism through Law: Establishing an African Economic Community, Jonathan Bashi Rudahindwa, Routledge, 2018

Prof. Babatunde FagbayiboREVIEW V of Regional Developmentalism through Law: Establishing an African Economic Community, Jonathan Bashi Rudahindwa, Routledge, 2018