Volume 5 Issue 1
VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1
The Loyola University Chicago School of Law International Law Review is pleased to make available articles from our Volume 5 Issue 1. All citations are to 5 Loy. U. Chi. Int'l L. Rev. ___.
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- Socioeconomic Rights in the African Context: Problems with Concept and Enforcement
Justice Professor Modibo Ocran
- Democracy Stops at my Front Door: Obstacles to Gender Equality in South Africa
- Exporting South Africa's Social Rights Jurisprudence
Eric C. Christiansen
- Transformation and the Democratic Case for Judicial Review: The South African Experience
Dennis M. Davis
- After Atrocity Examples from Africa: The Right to Education and the Role of Law in Restoration, Recovery, and Accountability
Erika R. George
- African Legal Education: A Missed Opportunity and Suggestions for Change: A Call for Renewed Attention to a Neglected Means of Securing Human Rights and Legal Predictability
Thomas F. Geraghty & Emmanuel K. Quansah