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Justice Administration Outside the Ordinary Courts of Law in Mainland Tanzania: The Case of Ward Tribunals in Babati District

Published: Mar 28th, 2014

by Yusufu Q. Lawi, Boston University Introduction Since colonial days, justice administration in what is now mainland Tanzania, has invariably involved arbitral procedures alongside the more court-based litigation process. The… Read More

The U.N. Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda Concludes its First Case: A Monumental Step Towards Truth

Published: Mar 27th, 2014

by Paul J. Magnarella Introduction Over the past year, the UN International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR) has made significant progress in apprehending and prosecuting high ranking persons responsible for… Read More

Lawgiving and the Administration of Justice in Some African and Other Early States

Published: Mar 27th, 2014

by Henri J. M. Claessen Introduction In this paper I present some aspects of lawgiving and the administration of justice in some early states. To do so I will apply… Read More

Africa Versus the West in the Court of Reparations

Published: Mar 21st, 2014

by ‘Muyiwa Falaiye Introduction When Alex Haley’s Roots was first serialized on Nigerian television in the 1970’s, I was too young to appreciate it beyond seeing it as the story of slave… Read More