Journal of
Law and Conflict Resolution

  • Abbreviation: J. Law Conflict. Resolut
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2006-9804
  • DOI: 10.5897/JLCR
  • Start Year: 2009
  • Published Articles: 97

Towards a new approach to dealing with terrorism as an international crime

July-December 2020 - Vol 11 Num. 2

This study is born out of the conviction drawn from Tadic case (ICTY,IT-94-1-A, 15July 1999), that legitimate judicial activity proceeds on the basis of the identification of the gap or ambiguity in the law that must be resolved in the interests of justice. Terrorism has come to stay. But be it as it may, controversies...

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Human rights perspectives of Indian Dalits

July-December 2020

Uttamkumar S. Bagde  

Towards a new approach to dealing with terrorism as an international crime

July-December 2020

Emeka C. Adibe  

Conspicuously absent: Women’s role in conflict resolution and peace building in northern Uganda in the context of United Nations resolution 1325

January-June 2020

Catherine Jendia  

Critical appraisal of the Ethiopian Reconciliation Commission: A comparative study

January-June 2020

Tamene Ena Heliso  

The contentious relationship between Africa and the International Criminal Court (ICC)

June 2018

Emmanuel Okurut and Hope Among,

January 2011

The impact of customary laws on inheritance: A case study of widows in Urban Uganda

Florence Akiiki Asiimwe and Owen Crankshaw

February 2013

Laws against caste discrimination and their rampant violations in Indian scenario

U. S. Bagde

August 2014

Conflict as a propelling instrument of change and continuity: The Ilorin example

Omoiya S. Y.

August 2014

Some aspects of the law and practice of commercial arbitration in Nigeria

Gogo George Otuturu

February 2013

A feminist inquiry into intimate partner violence law, policy, policing, and possible prejudices in Alaska

Carmen M. Cusack

June 2009

Language and communication in conflict resolution

Amuseghan Sunday Adejimola

June 2009

International adjudication and resolution of armed conflicts in the Africa’s great lakes: A focus on the DRC conflict

Andrew Mollel

July 2009

Building capacities abroad to solve conflicts at home. Preliminary remarks on the European policy of legal education and judicial training in CEECs

Daniela Piana

July 2009

Advocacy campaign design for interethnic violence reforms in Kenya

Dennis Otieno Oricho

August 2009

“Agba (elder) as arbitrator: A Yoruba socio political model for conflict resolution” - A review of Lawrence O. Bamikole

Fayemi, Ademola Kazeem