Oludayo John John

Oludayo John John
Ajayi Crowther University · Law Library

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Clinical Legal Education (CLE) as an educational initiative is designed to allow law schools to meet emerging practice-based needs which the traditional legal education framework fails to address. Although CLE only started in the early 1970s in Africa, it has become widely implemented across law institutions in Africa, following European and Americ...
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Purpose The research sought to explore the role of public law libraries in advancing the net of persons who could access justice, using the law clinic in Nigeria as a gateway. It also examined how public law libraries could fit in drawing justice closer to the people using law clinics. Design/methodology/approach In achieving the research intentio...
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With the adoption of the new 17 SMART Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), access to government information becomes essential for these goals to be realised. This view was corroborated by IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) at its 2015 Cape Town Declaration. In Nigeria, the drastic reduction in the revenue accr...
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The primary duty of library and information professionals is to render information services to their patrons. Although the information provided often shapes public opinion and could help in making informed decisions, librarians and other information professionals often steer clear of politics and the processes that lead to emergence of leaders, eve...
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The significance of career choice in human life cannot be overstated. Many law students upon graduation do not proceed to mainstream legal practice. They pursue careers in public administration, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), as corporate secretaries, and so on. The aim of this study is to confirm the readiness of law students to proceed to...
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Growth is a common feature of every living organism, including the library. As a result, it is a natural phenomenon for libraries to move from location to another in order to meet the services of its current and prospective clienteles. It is in the light of this that this paper examined the step-by-step approach in the relocation of the Law Library...
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The chapter examines the concept 'legal research' and goes further to look to the role and use of law library in engaging in legal research. It highlights the various ways in which a seasoned research can access legal information using the traditional print and the modern digital repositories. It considers also, briefly, prison law libraries.
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A decade after the inauguration of the national working group on the reform of criminal justice administration in Nigeria by the then Attorney General of the Federation, Chief Akin Olujinmi, SAN, Nigeria was presented with a newly signed law—Administration of Criminal Justice Act (ACJA), which was a direct response to the growing call for reforms t...
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Communication interception is not a new area of development in telecommunication management globally, particularly in the western world. However, this concept is alien to Nigeria as it conflicts materially with the constitutional provision that guarantees privacy of communication. This study examines the on-going efforts by the Nigerian Communicati...
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This article investigated the extent of awareness of undergraduate students on the incidence of copyright across three different institutions in Oyo State, Nigeria . It further established certain activities by the same undergraduate students which amounted to infringement of copyrights. Suggestions were proffered as to how the trend of copyright i...
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From the provisions of African Charter, Resolution 167 XLVI of the 48th Ordinary Session of the African Union and most recently, Lyon Declaration of about 512 signatories, Africa has demonstrated its resolve to avail public information accessible to its citizens, being the bed rock of accountability, good governance and transparency in governance....
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It is no longer news that the horrific grip of HIV/AIDS has claimed more lives than those killed in world wars one and two. In Nigeria, a developing economy with high prevalence of HIV/AIDS, cases of HIV/AIDS have been reported in all the 36 states of the federation including the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja. This research sought out to enume...
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The roles of Library Schools in the contemporary world transcend being ivory towers where Library and Information Professionals are trained. Besides, Library schools provide platform for students to develop their leadership potentials and abilities through participation in student-centred programmes. This paper chronicles the activities of one of s...
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The Cancun accord has been reached. $100 Billion will be raised in 2020 to combat Climate Change and to further the forest and share technologies between developed and developing countries. The paper centres on the green efforts of ivory towers in West Africa based on the activities of University of Ibadan. The paper employed both doctrinal and non...

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