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Researchers: Dr Solomon T. Ebobrah

Dr Solomon T. Ebobrah
LLB (Rivers State) BL (Abuja) LLM (Pret) LLD (UP)

Extra-ordinary lecturer, Centre for Human Rights; Lecturer, Niger Delta University, Nigeria
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Research interests
African human rights law; African sub-regional human rights regimes; constitutionalism in Africa; democracy and governance in Africa; international human rights law; law of international institutions

Current projects

  • Human rights in African regional economic communities
  • The relationship between international human rights supervisory bodies in Africa

Editorial positions

  • Deputy Editor, CALS Review of Nigerian Law and Practice

Teaching

  • Lecturer, (Human rights law; Constitutional law) Niger Delta University, Nigeria
  • Module coordinator, LLM Human Rights and Democratisation in Africa,

Academic publications

2010

  • Compendium of African Sub-regional Human Rights Document, (2010) Pretoria University Law Press (co-editor with Tanoh Armand)
  • ‘Human rights developments in African sub-regional economic communities during 2009’, (2010) 10 African Human Rights Law Journal 23
  • ‘Is the SADC Tribunal under judicial siege in Zimbabwe? Reflections on Etheredge v Minister of State for National Security Responsible for Lands, Land Reform and Resettlement and another’ (co-authored with Nwiza Nkhata) (2010) 43 Comparative and International Law Journal of South Africa  1
  • ‘Reconceptualising and strengthening democratic local governance for sustainable human development in the Niger Delta’ (Forthcoming – 2010, chapter contribution, Nordic Africa Institute, Uppsala University, Sweden)
  • ‘Critical issues in the human rights mandate of the ECOWAS Court of Justice’ (2010) 54(1) Journal of African Law 1

2009

  • The admissibility of cases before the African Court of Human and Peoples’ Rights: Who should do what?’ (2009) Malawi Law Journal Vol 3, Issue 1, 87
  • ‘Human rights developments in sub-regional courts in Africa during 2008’ (2009) 9 African Human Rights Law Journal, 312
  • ‘Litigating human rights before sub-regional courts in Africa: Prospects and Challenges’ (2009) African Journal of International and Comparative Law (RADIC) Vol 17, No 1, 79
  • A critical analysis of the human rights mandate of the ECOWAS Court of Justice (2009) (Monograph) Danish Institute for Human Rights
  • ‘The future of Socio-economic rights litigation in Nigeria’ Chapter in Called to the Law: Essays in honour of Late Justice E Igoniwari (Peer reviewed collection of Essays) (2009) Lagos: Malthouse Press
2008
  • ‘Taking children’s rights litigation beyond national boundaries: The potential role of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice’ in M Killander (ed) Human Rights Litigation and The Domestication of Human Rights Standards in Sub Saharan Africa (2008) AHRAJ Casebook Series, International Commission of Jurists, ICJ –Kenyan Section.
  • Book review on C Mania Peter (ed) The Protectors. Human rights commissions and accountability in East Africa, (2008) 8 African Human Rights Law Journal 619

2007

  • Is democracy now an issue in Africa? An evaluation of the African Charter on Democracy, Elections and Governance’ – (2007) Malawi Law Journal Vol 1, Issue 2, 131
  • ‘A rights-protection goldmine or a waiting volcanic eruption? Competence of, and access to the human rights jurisdiction of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice’ (2007) 7 African Human Rights Law Journal 307
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