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 Kabarak Journal of Law and Ethics is a flagship publication of the Kabarak Law School. It is published by the Kabarak University Press (KABU Press). The journal is an annual publication that hosts debates, and key discussions that contribute to the discourse on governance and the rule of law in Africa.

The Journal features articles, book reviews, case discussions and short pieces (not less than 3000 words) which highlight significant changes in the law.

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CALL FOR PAPERS: Kabarak Journal of Law & Ethics (KJLE) [Volume (7) 2023]

2022-10-18

The Kabarak Journal of Law & Ethics (KJLE) invites submissions for its seventh issue [Volume (7) 2023] which is expected to be published in June 2023. We are inviting papers, book reviews and case discussions that will propose ground-breaking academic contributions to the discourse on governance and the rule of law in Africa. Our main focus will be on the Children Act 2022 and the education of the African child, we also invite short pieces submissions. The short pieces may include case reviews on landmark cases passed recently and any book reviews. The  pieces do not have to be on the sections that the issue is focusing on. However, since our main focus is on the Children Act 2022, any case reviews or book commentaries that may highlight the work of the new Act are highly welcome.

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Vol. 7 (2023): Kabarak Journal of Law and Ethics
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Kabarak Journal of Law & Ethics (KJLE) is the flagship publication of the Kabarak Law School (KLS). It is published by the Kabarak University Press (KABU Press). This will be the seventh volume of KJLE. KLS is pleased to invite submissions for its seventh issue [Volume (7) 2023] which is expected to be published in June 2023.

We are inviting papers, book reviews and case discussions that will propose ground-breaking academic contributions to the discourse on governance and the rule of law in Africa. We invite submissions in two categories: Focus on the Children Act 2022 and Focus on the Education of the African ChildWe will also have a section of short pieces which highlight significant changes in the law.

Published: 2022-10-18
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