• The key areas that will be examined by this initiative/Network include:

    1. The unique features and legitimacy of the concept of AU Law.
    2. The influences behind the concept of AU Law.
    3. Factors necessary to support the emerging AU Law.
    4. The scope of African Union Law.
    5. Strategies for propagating AU law.
  • The Project PI is Dr Femi Amao of the Sussex Law School, School of Law, Politics & Sociology, Sussex University, Brighton, UK
  • Partner Institution (Africa): Faculty of Law, University of Lagos, Nigeria

    Contact: Prof Akin Ibidapo-Obe

    Law Report editors: 

    1. Dr Femi Amao;  Reader, Sussex Law School 
    2. Tshegofatso Mumba, Bachelor of Arts Criminal Justice Studies graduate at the University of Botswana, class of 2020 and is currently pursuing a Master of Laws in Transnational Criminal Justice (International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice) at the University of the Western Cape. She has experience in criminal law as an assistant prosecutor.  '
    1. Prof F. Olonisakin, Professor of Security, Leadership and Society, King’s College London. (Founding Director of the African Leadership Centre)
    2. Prof M. Baderin, School of Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London/Centre of African Studies<
    3. Prof  K. Amaeshi - Head of the Strategy Group and Reader in Strategy & International Business, University of Edinburgh Business School
    4. Dr M. Olivier, University of Hull
    5. Prof R. Home, Professor of Land Management, Anglia Ruskin University
    6. Prof A.  Olowofoyeku Brunel Law School, Brunel University London.

    Impact Advisor/Consultant: Dr Bronwen Manby, London School of Economics/Independent Consultant.

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