Professor Peter Akper SAN visited the CCLA on a one-month Fellowship CCLA
Prof Akper SAN, the former Director of Research at the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) was a visiting Scholar at the CCLA in August 2018. In addition to conducting research, Prof Akper participated in the Comparative Mineral Law in Africa LLM course where he taught classes on Artisanal Mining in Africa, one of his areas of expertise.
CCLA MPhil Graduate in Comparative Law in Africa accepted for the 2018 Stanford University International Junior Faculty Forum
Sonya Cotton is off to Stanford University in the USA to present a paper at the 11th International Junior Faculty Forum. The title of her research paper is “Do equality and non-discrimination apply to the ‘other’ wife in an African customary marriage? A comparison of the constitutional and statutory position of polygyny in the African Commonwealth”. The 11th IJFF will be held at Stanford Law School, California between 18 – 20 October 2018. Sonya obtained her MPhil degree at UCT in 2018.
CCLA's pioneer Doctoral graduate - Dr Oyeniyi Abe
Dr Oyeniyi Abe (left), Dean of Law, Dr Oyeniyi Abe (left), UCT VC,
Prof Hugh Cordor (middle) Dr Max Price (middle)
and Supervisor, Dr Ada Ordor (right) and Supervisor, Dr Ada Ordor (right)
2017 CCLA-NIALS joint conference
A one-day conference was successfully co-hosted by UCT's Centre for Comparative Law in Africa (CCLA) and the Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (NIALS) on Friday 8th December 2017 in Lagos, Nigeria. From left to right are Professor Deji Adekunle SAN, Director-General, Nigerian Institute of Advanced Legal Studies, Prof Hugh Corder, then Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Cape Town, General TY Danjuma GCON, Senator Daisy Danjuma and a guest.
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