Common and Islamic Law Seminar Topics

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List of Common and Islamic Law Seminar Topics for Students in Nigeria


  • Will; A Comparative Analysis Under Common And Islamic Laws

  • The Role Of Female Participation In Political Development In Akwa-Ibom Between The Year 2010-2020

  • A Comparative Analysis Of Women Political Participation In Politics In Nigeria And USA

  • Marital Rights And Obligations In Islamic Law; A Critical Analysis Of Its Practice In Northern Nigeria

  • The Principle Of Inheritance Under The Customary And Islamic Law

  • An Assessment Of Islamic Law As Customary Law Viz A Viz The Supreme Court Ruling In Alkamawa V Bello And Anor

  • Critical Examination Of The Right Of Artificially Inseminated Child To Inherit Under Islamic Law

  • The Concept Of Sulh In Islamic Law; A Case Study Of The Practice And Procedure Of The Katsina State Sharia Courts

  • A Comparative Analysis Of The Conflict Situations And Choice Of Laws In The Nigerian Legal System And Other Legal Systems

  • Protection Of The Rights Of Individuals In Armed Conflict Situation: A Comparative Analysis Of Islamic And International Humanitarian Laws

  • Ownership And Control Of Mineral Resources Under The Shariah And Nigerian Statute (A Comparative Analysis)

  • Women In Politics (A Review Of Common And Islamic Law Provision)

  • The Legal Effects Of Customary Law Marriage In Nigeria

  • Human Rights And National Security; A Critical Appraisal Of The Nigerian Perspective

  • A Legal And Jurisprudential Analysis Of Homosexuality And Same Sex Marriages; Supporting The Nigerian Position

  • The Role Of The Institution Of Hisba In The Sharia Implementing States In Northern Nigeria

  • Conflict Between Sharia Law And The Rule Of Law On Rights Of Women; An Appraisal

  • Widowhood Practice In Nigeria