by Charles Mwalimu
Volume I of Nigerian Development of Its Laws and Constitution, A Multi Volume of Textbooks on Law and Legal Literature in 71 Volumes heralds a series that covers all aspects of Nigerian law and legal literature. The series constitutes an effort to bridge the gap and establish a nexus between research and the study of law, thereby embracing a multi-faceted need in all communities around the world. It is an authoritative source of law, consolidated and preserved in a compendium of research and reference.
Eminent scholars and jurists in Nigerian law have reviewed this work and have endorsed its depth and authenticity of scholarly research and analysis, as well as its historical accuracy.
Valuable to students, lawyers, and administrators as well as historians, this volume is an accurate and up-to-date introduction to the Nigerian Development of Its Laws and Constitution, A Multi Volume of Textbooks on Law and Legal Literature in 71 Volumes.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Charles Mwalimu is a senior legal specialist at the Law Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. He holds a bachelor of law degree from the University of Zambia; a masterís degree in law librarianship from the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington; and a masterís degree in law from Georgetown University Law Center in Washington, D.C. He is currently a Ph.D. candidate at Georgetown University Law Center.
He has published extensively and is an acknowledged authority on African law, as well as listed in Whoís Who in American Law.
(2006, paperback, 622 pages)