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Title: Learning the Law in Nigeria
Author: Kehinde Adegbite
Genre: Non-fiction (Self-help)
Book Dimensions: 6 x 9
Number of Pages: 427
Publication Year: April 28, 2015
Publisher: Princeton Publishing Company, Lagos
Available at: University bookshops nationwide or Call/Text Kehinde +2348078208953
Short Description: Ignorance of law is not an excuse but how can Nigerians know the country’s laws, if a book of this nature is not available? This book is designed for everybody, Nigerians and non-Nigerians, written in a simple language and easy-to-follow style. It gives a panoramic view of the Nigerian law. It provides a reliable companion for everyone who has relationship with Nigeria in any way. It also discusses topical and contemporary issues of law such as law and IVF, law and surrogacy, e-commerce and law, pre-nuptial agreement, rights of patients, euthanasia, marital rape, freedom of information law, limping marriages, employees’ rights and so on. It provides guidelines for those who may be interested in taking up a degree in the profession. For those who may want to handle some of their legal issues by themselves, it provides directions. In addition, the book provides simple meanings to a long list of legal terms, numbering over 600.
The book is meant for all – non-lawyers, aspiring law students, law students and young lawyers.