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Abdulhakeem Abdulqadir Tijani is a highly motivated and resourceful first-class law graduate from the Nigerian faculty of law, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma, Edo State, Nigeria (AAU) and also obtained a double distinction in his 2nd degrees, LL.M in General Law and LL.M in International Criminal Law and Procedure at AAU and London South Bank University, United Kingdom (LSBU), respectively. He is enrolled at the Supreme Court of Nigeria as a Barrister and Solicitor, active legal practitioner since his Call to the Nigerian Bar in 2011 and an astute academic, teaching Legal Methods, Nigerian Legal System, Commercial Law and Conflict of Laws, with AAU since 2012. Currently an Assistant Teacher of the Law of Tort in the University of Bristol. His research interest is human rights, Disability Rights, Constitutional Law and International Criminal Law and Procedure. He is widely published as shown below:

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (NIGERIAN)

  • A.A. Tijani, ‘Understanding the Concept of Half-Share of Inheritance for Women in Islam: A Discriminatory or Misconceived Phenomenon?’ (Published in Miyetti Quarterly Law Review, Vol. 2 No 1, March, 2017).
  • A.A. Tijani and P. Oamen, ‘Global Best Practices On Disability Rights: What Lesson for Nigeria?’ (Published in Akungba Law Journal, Vol. 4 No 1, July, 2016).
  • E.E. Akhigbe and A.A. Tijani, ‘Human Rights as a Veritable Tool for Sustainable Development: Embracing the Trend in Nigeria’ (Journal of Strategic & Development Studies, (2016) 1(1): pp 210-221).
  • A.A. Tijani and P. Oamen, ‘A Refreshing Perspective on The Means Of Proof Of Contents Of Public Documents Under the Nigerian Law’ (Published in Modanna University Journal of Commercial, Private and Industrial Law, Vol 1 No 2, August 2015).
  • E.E. Akhigbe and A.A. Tijani, ‘Statutory Protection of Public Officers in Nigeria, Latitude and Limitations: A Campaign For Review’ (Rivers State University of Science and Technology, Journal of Public Law, Vol. 4, 2013).
  • P. Oamen and A.A. Tijani, ‘Constitutional Jurisdiction of the National Industrial Court’ (Published in Ambrose Alli University Faculty of Law Journal, 2013).

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (FOREIGN)

  • D.O. Ejere and A.A. Tijani, ‘Utilitarian Value of Affidavit Evidence Under the Nigerian Judicial Proceedings’ (Published in the African Journal of Law and Criminology (AJLC), (2017) 7(1): 70-85).
  • A.A. Tijani and A.E. Aperua-Yusuf, ‘Examining the Right of an Accused to Confront Prosecution Witnesses Under International Criminal Law: A Comparative Analysis’ (Published in the African Journal of Law and Criminology (AJLC), (2016) 6(1): 97-119).
  • A.A. Tijani and A.E. Aperua-Yusuf, ‘Assessing the Enforceability and Enforcement of International Humanitarian Law: Plus or Minus?’ (Published in the Sacha Journal of Human Rights (SJHR), (2016) 6(1): 80-98).
  • A.A. Tijani and D.O. Ejere, ‘Assessing the United Kingdom’s Anti-Terrorism Strategy and the Human Rights Implications’ (Published in the British Journal of Advance Academic Research (BJAAR), (2016) 5(1): 59-74).
  • A.A. Tijani and D.O. Ejere, ‘Legal Regime on Disabilities Rights in Nigeria’ (Published in the Sacha Journal of Human Rights (SJHR), (2015) 5(1): 65-81).
  • E.E. Akhigbe, D. Ejere and A.A. Tijani, ‘Hopelessness of the King of Production in Nigeria: The Consumer Protection Council, A Saviour or A Mirage?’ (Published in US-China Law Review (2015) Vol 12: 719-731).
  • A.A. Tijani and A.E. Aperua-Yusuf, ‘The Right of an Accused to Confront Prosecution Witnesses as General Principle of Legal Systems of the World: A Comparative Analysis’ (Published in the African Journal of Law and Criminology (AJLC), (2015) 5(3): 159-168).

ARTICLES IN BOOKS

  • E.E. Akhigbe and A.A. Tijani, ‘Constitutionalism: A Sine Qua Non For Sustainability Of The Rule Of Law And Enforcement Of Human Rights In Nigeria’ in W. Idada and M.L. Rilwani, (eds), Governance, Peace and Security in Africa, (Benin-City: AMBIK Press Ltd., 2014), pp. 570-588.

BOOKS

  • C.A. Agbebaku, E.I. Obarisiagbon, E.E. Akhigbe and A.A. Tijani, Introduction to Legal Methods (Lagos: Amfitop Book Company, 2016).

CONFERENCE PAPERS

  • R. Ehiemua, J. Momodu and A.A. Tijani, ‘The Role of the Judiciary in the Reform of Commercial and Financial Laws in Nigeria’ (Being a Paper co-presented at the National Law Teachers’ Conference, May, 2016 in Nassarawa State).
  • E.E. Akhigbe, A. Adekanle, M. Idahosa, P. Oamen, A.A. Tijani and J. Momodu, ‘Reviewing The Role Of Sharia’h In The Settlement Of Disputes In Nigeria: Before And After Colonization’ (Being a Paper co-presented at the National Law Teachers’ Conference, June, 2014 in Ebonyi State and now published in the Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers).
  • E.E. Akhigbe, A. Adekanle, M. Idahosa, P. Oamen and A.A. Tijani, ‘Reviewing The Role Of Customary Law In Settlement Of Disputes In Nigeria Before And After Amalgamation’ (Being a Paper co-presented at the National Law Teachers’ Conference, June, 2014 in Ebonyi State and now published in the Proceedings of the 47th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers).
  • E.E. Akhigbe and A.A. Tijani, ‘Constitutionalism: A Sine Qua Non For Sustainability Of The Rule Of Law And Enforcement Of Human Rights In Nigeria’ (Being a Paper Presented at the International Conference for Peace and Security in Africa, April, 2014 in AAU, Ekpoma and now published).

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