About the Journal
Journal of Contemporary African Legal Studies (JCALS) is a peer-reviewed academic journal seeking to promote an Afro-centric scholarly understanding of the legal issues facing African nations in contemporary social, economic, and political settings. The Journal focuses on the examination and analysis of complex legal issues that have current implications on democracy and power relations, economic development, human rights, and social change in African nations.
Welcome to the second issue of the first volume of JCALS. This issue features scholarly papers by authors from different jurisdictions writing on various interesting legal topics.