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Tunisia: A Step Forward for Women’s Rights

Tunisia’s parliament adopted a new law on November 10, 2015, that will allow women to travel with their minor children without getting permission from the children’s father.  552 more words

Legal Articles

Three Years and Counting

Today, October 29, 2015, marks three years since I began writing this blog.

Before you offer your congratulations, let me tell you that the third year has been the hardest year to write for. 500 more words

Medical Tourism

How UK Tabloids Frame Moderate, Constitutional, Progressive Politics as 'Far Left'

None of the 18 (falsely so-called) ‘Far Left’ ideas are ‘Far Left’ at all. Each one of them is not only compatible with secular liberal parliamentary democracy in the UK: they are actually prerequisites for an accountable constitutional democracy with a healthy system of checks and balances. 69 more words

Critique & Commentary

Legal Practitioner sues PMB for not appointing Ministers

A lawyer and member of the 1995 Constitutional Conference Chief Anselm Eyo has sued President Muhammadu Buhari for not appointing ministers.

He is praying the court to hold that Buhari ought to appoint ministers on assumption of office as prescribed by the 1999 Constitution. 363 more words

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Lawsuit challenges constitutionality of male-only draft registration

From Washington Post, by Ilya Somin July 15 at 2:42 PM

A recent lawsuit filed by a teenage girl in New Jersey challenges the constitutionality of male-only draft registration, arguing that it violates the Constitution because it discriminate on the basis of sex : 351 more words

Breakdown Of Family

Advocacy Group Petitions Florida Supreme Court to Review Work Comp Constitutionality

As I reported three weeks ago in “Breaking News on ACA and Exclusive Remedy”, the issue of constitutionality of Florida’s workers’ comp system was settled by the 3rd District Court of Appeal. 265 more words

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