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SAM AMADI


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  • Qualifications: LLB, BL, LLM, MPA SJD (PhD)
  • Role Title: Senior Lecturer
  • Telephone: 2348033299879
  • Department: Law
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Date of Birth: July 7, 1967

Nationality: Nigeria

Ethnicity: Igbo

Current Position: Head of Private and Property Law, Baze University

Current Title: Senior Lecturer

Contact No: 0234-803-3299879;

EDUCATION:

SJD (Ph.D.) Law (focusing on Administrative Law, Human Rights, Political Philosophy Jurisprudence, and Legal Theory). 2004, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts

M.P.A., concentrating on Development Economics, Public Finance, Public Policy, Social Institution and Leadership, 2003, Kennedy School of Government, Harvard, Cambridge, Massachusetts

LL.M., focusing on Human Rights, Jurisprudence, Alternative Dispute Resolution, International Law, International Environmental Law, International Trade and Administrative Law, 2001, Harvard Law School, Cambridge, Massachusetts

B.L.1993, Nigeria Law School, Nigeria.

LL.B.1992, University of Calabar, Nigeria.  

Title Institution Year Acquired
DoctorateN/A2004
(SJD) PhDHaward University2004
Master'sN/A2003
LLMHaward University2002
LLBUniversity of Calabar1992
Module Code Module Description Credit Unit
LAW307 Legal Research and Writing 1 4
LAW308 Legal Research and Writing 2 4
LAW309 Social Justice & Public Interest Law 1 4
LAW317 Human Rights Law 1 4
LAW416 Oil and Gas Law 2 4
LAW502 Jurisprudence 2 4
LAW512 Long Essay 2 6
LAW801 Advanced Legal Theory and Social Justice 6
LAW805 International Human Rights Law 6

1. Legal review of the implication of COVID19 pandemic on the conduct of elections in Nigeria (March to May, 2020) for YIAGA Africa

2. review of the National Security Challenges in Nigeria and the Rule of Law Framework for Mitigation (Nigeria Defence Academy)

3. Cultural and Law and Economic Explanation of Corruption in Nigeria

4. A Comparative Study of the Scope and Nature of Presidential Power in Constitutional Democracy

5. The Role and Place of Social Economic Rights in Chapter 2 of the Constitution in promoting economic growth and the Sustainable Development Goals in Nigera

6. The Role of Law Reform in Economic Development in Africa

7. Religion and Liberal Democratic Theory 

8. The regulation of national economy and the question of rule of law

9. Social Justice in Criminal and Civil Procedure in Nigeria

10. Economic Growth and Insitutional Transformation in Africa

11. Citizenship, National Identity and Sustainable and Stable Politics in Africa 

12. Law and Economics

13. Legal Theory and Social Change 


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