The Justice Observatory Journal(JOJ) Spotlights Issues of Independence and Accountability in Nigeria's Judiciary
Under JIIP, A2Justice holds the Judiciary to a high standard of behaviour and exercises vigilance to see that standard maintained and enforced. A2Justice has published seven editions of the advocacy journal the Justice Observatory Journal (JOJ). JOJ investigates and reports on cases and developments that mirror threats to the independence and integrity of Judges or the judicial process. JOJ has looked at how judicial appointment procedures have been used for politically partisan purposes, how Judges have fallen short of appropriate and fair standards in adjudicating political or other sensitive cases, and how judicial oversight agencies have mismanaged the oversight function.
»Click here to download The Justice Observatory Journal Vol 7, March, 2011
»Click here to download The Justice Observatory Journal Vol 6, February, 2009
»Click here to download The Justice Observatory Journal Vol 5, May, 2007
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