African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice 2012-Volume 1

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African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice Sponsored by Editor-in-Chief Ernest Ojukwu Editors Prof. Yemi Akinseye-George, SAN Prof. Isa Chiroma Dr. Ada Ordor; Dr. Sam Erugo Dr. Charles O. Adekoya Advisory Board Prof. David Mcquiod-Mason- Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Howard College School of Law, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. Prof. Richard Grimes, Director of Clinical Programmes York Law School University of York, United Kingdom. Olisa Agbakoba (S
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  © 2012 NULAI Nigeria ISSN 2315-5728   African Journal of  Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice Sponsored by  Editor-in-Chief    Ernest Ojukwu  Editors   Prof. Yemi Akinseye-George, SANProf. Isa ChiromaDr. Ada Ordor; Dr. Sam ErugoDr. Charles O. Adekoya  Advisory Board  Prof. David Mcquiod-Mason - Centre for Socio-Legal Studies, Howard CollegeSchool of Law, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa. Prof. Richard Grimes , Director of Clinical Programmes York Law SchoolUniversity of York, United Kingdom. Olisa Agbakoba (SAN )- Legal Practitioner, Nigeria. Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, (SAN) University of Lagos, Nigeria. Dr. Chidi Odinkalu - Chairman, National Human Rights Commission, Nigeria. A.B. Mahmuod (SAN) , Legal Practitioner, Nigeria. Prof. A.D. Badaiki , Ambrose Alli University, Nigeria. Funke Adekoya (SAN), Legal Practitioner, Nigeria. Prof. Yinka Omorogbe , University of Ibadan, Nigeria. Dr Uju Agomoh - Executive Director, PRAWA, Nigeria. Dr Yvonne Nana Afua Idun - Kenyatta University, School of Law, ParklandsCampus, Nairobi, Kenya. Prof. Jeff Giddings , Director of Professionalism, Convenor, Graduate Programin Dispute Resolution Griffith Law School Nathan, Queensland Australia. Prof. Stephen Ofei , Dean Faculty of Law Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology Kumasi Ghana. Published by Network of University Legal Aid Institutions   N U L A I N I G E R I A    © 2012 NULAI Nigeria ISSN 2315-5728  African Journal of  Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice The  African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice ( ISSN2315-5728 ) is published by the  Network of University Legal Aid Institutions(NULAI Nigeria) in October annually. Articles, commentaries and contributionsto the journal are peer- assessed. The Journal is devoted to law and legaleducation of significant research value, especially on developments on clinicallegal education, justice education, and access to justice. It is sponsored by The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.   Unsolicited articles including essays, commentaries, case reviews and book reviews are welcome from all parts of the globe on law and legal education of significant research value, especially on developments on clinical legaleducation, justice education, and access to justice. Authors are requested tofollow the guidelines listed below:1. Articles should be submitted as an email attachment to The Editor-in-Chief,Ernest Ojukwu, via email to: africanjournal-cle@nulai.org 2. Articles submitted must not be more than 12,000 words; formatted on A4 paper with 2.5cm margins, 1.5 line spacing, and Times New Roman fontsize 12;3. Title(s), name(s), affiliations, addresses and degrees of author(s) should appear only on the cover page of the article;4. Articles should be submitted with an abstract of not more than 200 words;5. As a condition for publication, contributors must state in their forwardingemail that an article has not been and will not be submitted elsewhere for  publication until a decision is made by the editors not to publish. Thecontributor shall also be deemed to have granted exclusive licence to publish an article to  African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and  Access to Justice and Network of University Legal Aid Institutions(NULAI) Nigeria or any assignee to publish in hard copy, and electronicallyfor profit or not for profit;6. Authors undertake responsibility to adhere to the public ethics for theaccuracy of references;7. Spelling shall be English (UK);9. Citation of sources should be placed in footnotes using MS Word auto-format, single line spacing and indicated by superscript Arabic numerals placed in the text serial.10. For additional guidelines on texts, citations and format of manuscripts,authors should go to www.nulai.org.      © 2012 NULAI Nigeria ISSN 2315-5728  African Journal of  Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice Contents Editorial vCommunity Engagement in Action: CreatingSuccessful University Clinical Legal Internship- Frances Gibson 1Community Lawyering: An Intervention of theUniversity of Ibadan Women’s Law Clinic in the caseof stray bullet killings at Arulogun-Idi Omo Community:a Case Study- Omolade Olomola, Folake Olaleyeand Oluyemisi Bamgbose 31Accessing Justice within Plural Normative Systems inAfrica: Case Study of South Africa-  Adenike Aiyedunand Ada Ordor  49    The Principle of Proportionality: Framework for Juvenile Justice in Nigeria- Uche Emelonye 73Access to Justice and Freedom of Information: The Case of South Africa- Fola Adeleke 107A Review of the Nigerian New Legal Aid Act- C. K. Nwankwo 128    © 2012 NULAI Nigeria ISSN 2315-5728  
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