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Research on topical subjects is a key aspect of NIALS mandate either in order to test perceptions about existing or prospective law or policy or to test efficacy of existing ones. Research in NIALS is coordinated by  Directorate of Research which  coordinates the academic departments of the Institute. Usually Institutional research is undertaken in the Institute with external funding from development partners or with government support. Examples of such research in the past are –

 

Internal Deportation of Nigerians within Nigeria: Legal Policy and Political Appraisal

Supported by Ford Foundation

Professor Adedeji Adekunle

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The Rights of the Child Project (1991 - 1996) funded by the Ford Foundation

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Human Rights and the Administration of Criminal Justice in Nigeria 1991 funded by the Ford Foundation

M A Ajomo

The Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies is the premier legal research Institute in Nigeria. The concept of creating a legal research center in Nigeria was first proposed at the 1963 Annual Meeting of Law Teachers at University of Ife.

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The Rights of the Child Project (1991 - 1996) funded by the Ford Foundation

Preface: The Rights Of The Child Project

Professor  I A Ayua

The Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) is the premier legal research centre in Nigeria and indeed in Africa, south of the Sahara. Among its statutory functions is the conduct of research into any branch of the law or related subjects with a view to applying the results thereof in the interest of the nation.

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The Laws of Nigeria Project – An Annotation of the Revised Laws of the Federation under various subject heads – Funded by the Federal Government

Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

The Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) proudly presents the Evidence Act, 2011 Annotated. It follows the series of NIALS Annotated books: Criminal Justice Administration, Banking Statutes and the Electoral Act.

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Revised Laws of Yobe State 2014 – a review and updating of the Laws of Yobe State up to 2016. Funded by the Yobe State Government

Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

Yobe State was created out of the defunct Borno State on the 27th day of August, 1991 by virtue of State (Creation and Transitional Provision) Decree No. 40 of 1991.

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Dealing with the Past: Justice, Reconciliation and Healing in the North East Nigeria 2017 funded by the Nigerian Stability and Reconciliation Programme (NSRP)

Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies

The Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) is the premier legal research centre in Nigeria and indeed in Africa. South of the Sahara. Among its statutory functions is the conduct of research into any branch of the law or related subjects with a view to applying the results thereof in the interest of the nation.

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