Insider trading, no doubt is an economic problem ravaging the Nigerian market. It is therefore not surprising that the financial sector had to go through the process of mergers and acquisition mandated by the Central Bank of Nigeria as one of the corrective measures. Insider trading coupled with weak corporate governance was cited as the major factor crippling this sector.Various legislations have been passed over the years to curtail the practice with little or no changes. Investors have continuously suffered huge losses attributable to insider trading. A critical appraisal of the laws prohibiting insider trading showed that, these laws have not only failed to effectively tackle the practice of insider trading in Nigeria,

A woman’s right within marriage and the family greatly affects her ability to control her life and make voluntary, informed reproductive choices. Equal right within marriage was among the first human rights pertaining to women’s status to be explicitly recognised under international law.

Objective

The overarching objective of the Academic Staff Essay Competition is to promote research and writing skills of research fellows below RF1 with the aim of ensuring that they acquire the necessary skills and experience required for contemporary academic writing and thinking in line with the core mandate of the Institute.

The secondary objectives of the essay competition are:

(i)                 To enable junior research fellows to key into the philosophy of  “publish and “flourish” which is the bedrock of all excellent institutions of higher learning and research, and

(ii)               To reward the junior research fellows whose essays are assessed as the best in the competition.

Eligibility

Participation in the essay competition is restricted to all Assistant Research Fellows and Research Fellow II. It is these categories of academic staff that the term “junior research fellow” used in these Academic Staff Essay Competition Guidelines refers to.

Facilitator: Gary Kelechi Amadi
Research Fellow

Most activities in our lives are governed by contracts which are about relying on people’s promises. The expectation of people entering into a contract is that the promises they made while entering the contract will remain good until full performance. (Prof. Bolaji Owasanaoye, 2014 NIALS Course on Legal Writing Skills and Banking Documentation)

Facilitator: Dr. Emmanuel Okon
Senior Research Fellow and Head of International Law Department

Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (University of Lagos Campus) P.M. B. 12820 Lagos, Nigeria Email: info@nials.edu.ng
Tel: (+234)8103192313

Supreme Court of Nigeria Complex
Three Arms Zone Central District Abuja.
Email: info@nials.edu.ng
Tel: (+234)8103192313

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