OBIORA, Leslye Amede.

(other entries in Gender)

"Symbolic Episode in the Quest for Environmental Protection," Human Rights Quarterly, (forthcoming 1999).

"Reconstituted Consonants: The Reach of a Common Core," Hastings Intl. & Comparative Law Journal, (forthcoming 1999).

"Bridges and Barricades: Rethinking Polemics and Intransigence in the Campaign Against Female Circumcision," Case Western Law Review, 47, 275 (1997). Reprinted in Bartlett & Harris, Gender and Law; Wing, Global Critical Race Feminism.

"Feminism, Globalization and Culture: After Beijing," Journal. of Global Legal Studies, 4, 355, (1997).

"Of the Female in American Legal Education," Law and Social Inquiry, 21, 355 (1996).

"Beyond the Rhetoric of a Right to Development," Law and Policy, 18, 355 (1996).

"The Little Foxes that Spoil the Vine: Re-visiting the Feminist Critique of Female Circumcision," Canadian Journal of Women & Law, 9, 46 (1996). Also in African Women and Feminism: Understanding The Complexity Of Sisterhood, ed. Oyeronke Oyewumi (Trenton, NJ.: Africa World Press, forthcoming 1999).

"The Irony of Finger-Pointing: On Situating a Critic in Her Discourse," Circles Buffalo Women's Journal of Law and Social Policy, III, (1995). A sequel to this vignette appeared in IV Circles as a conversation with Monika Jardine and Julia Hall.

"New Wine, Old Skin: (En)Gaging Nationalism, Traditionalism & Gender Relations," Indiana Law Review, 28, 3 (1995 Symposium Issue).

"Rekindling the Domain of Social Reform through Law, Third World Legal Studies, 103, 1994-95.

"Reconsidering African Customary Law," Legal Studies Forum, XVII, 3,  217 (1993). Appeared with commissioned responses from Professors Roberts (History, Stanford), Westermark (Anthropology, Santa Clara), and Gadacz (Sociology, British Columbia).

"What Every Woman In Nigeria Should Know," Int'l. Planned Parenthood Federation Series, (1986).

OGOWEWO, Tunde I.

"Wrecking the Law: How Article III of the Constitution of the United States Led to the Discovery of a Law of Standing to Sue in Nigeria," Brooklyn Journal of International Law, vol. 26, no. 2 (2000):527-589.

"Why the Judicial Annulment of the Constitution of 1999 is Imperative for the Survival of Nigeria's Democracy," The Creation and Amendment of Constitutional Norms, ed. Mads Andenas (B.I.I.C.L., 2000), 265-301.

"Personal Actions for a Diminuation in the Value of Shares," 9, K.C.L.J. 150 (1998-99).

"Transposition of Securities Legislation to an Emerging Market: The Case of US Federal Securities Law and Nigeria," 11, J.I.B.L. 239 (1996).

"The Problem with Standing to Sue in Nigeria," 39, Journal of African Law, 1 (1995).

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