PUBLICATIONS

a. Articles in International Journals

i. Abegunde, B. (2013) “Terrorism, Politics and the Law”. International Journal 

of  Humanities and Social Science (IJHSS), Vol.3, No 19, pp. 173-185. (USA)

ii. Abegunde, B. (2013) “Legal Implications of Ethical Breaches in Medical Practice:  Nigeria as a Case Study.” Asian Journal of Humanities and Social Science (AJHSS), Vol.1, Issue 2, pp. 69-87. (Malaysia)

iii. Abegunde, B. (2013) “Re- Examination of Rape and its Growing Jurisprudence under International Law.” Journal of Politics and Law (JPL), Vol. 6, No 4, pp.187-199. (Toronto Canada)

iv. Abegunde. B. (2014) “Power of Police to Prosecute Criminal Cases: Nigeria and International Perspectives.”European Journal of Business and Social Science (EJBSS), Vol.2, No.11,pp. 127-138. (Zurich, Switzerland)

v. Abegunde. B. (2014) “Gender Inequality: Nigerian and International Perspectives”. British Journal of Arts and Social Sciences (BJASS), Vol 17, No.2, pp.165-191. (United Kingdom)

vi. Abegunde, B. (2014) “Re- Examination of Genocide: The Inadequacy of Legal Definition and Weakness of International Law.” Asian Academic Research Journal of Multidisciplinary (AARJMD), Vol.1, Issue 19, pp. 441-457(India).

vii. Babatunde, I.O. and Abegunde, B. (2014) “Transitional Justice under International Law: Need for Admixture of Mechanisms.” International Journal of Education and Research (IJER), Vol.2, No.2, pp.113-124. (Australia)

viii. Abegunde, B. (2014) “Extradition under International Law: Tool for Apprehension of Fugitives.” Journal of Law, Policy and Globalization (JLPG), Vol.22, pp. 25-35. (New York, USA)

ix. Babatunde, I.O. and Abegunde, B. (2014) “Investigating and Prosecuting International Crimes Domestically: Rethinking International Criminal Law.” Global Journal of Politics and Law (GJPL), Vol.2, No.3, pp.64-76. (3 Baker Street, United Kingdom).

x. Abegunde, B. (2015) “Recurrent Syndrome of Brutalization and Human Rights Abuse by Nigerian Police: Issues Arising.” Journal of Law and Criminal Justice (JLCJ).Vol.3, No. 1pp 133-146(America)

xi. Abegunde, B. (2015) “Beaming Searchlight on the Activities of the International Law Commission”, Journal of Law, Policy and Globalisation,(JLPG), Vol.39,pp. 238-243, (New York, USA)

xii. Abegunde, B., Filani, A.O., and Omidoyin, T.J., (2017) “X-Raying the Evolutionary Trend vis-à-vis the Prospects of the Principle of Individual Criminal Responsibility under International Law”, International Journal of Law, Vol.3, Issue 4, pp.135-147, ( India).

xiii. Abegunde, B., and Omidoyin, T.J.,(2017)”Humanitarian Law and Internal Displacement in Nigeria: An Urgent Need for Legal Framework,” International Journal of Law and Legal Jurisprudence Studies, Vol.4, Issue 3,pp.53-69,(India.)

xiv. Abegunde, B. and Filani, A.O. (2017) “ A Juxtaposition between the Theory of Joint Criminal Enterprise (JCE) and the Theory of Command Responsibility under International Law” American International  Journal of  Contemporary Research, Vol.7, No.3, pp. 70-85 ( America).

xv. Abegunde, B. (2018) “A Revisit of the Institutional Machineries for Prosecuting  Individuals for International Crimes: Charting the Way Forward” Athens Law Journal,(ALJ), Vol.4, No.1, pp. 67-89 (Greece).

b. Articles in Local Journals 

i. Abegunde, B. (2002) “Child Abuse in Nigeria.” University of Ado-Ekiti Law Journal,  (UNAD LJ), Vol. 2, pp.270 – 278

ii. Abegunde, B. (2003) “Gender Inequality: The Society and the Law.” Journal of International and Comparative Law, Faculty of Law, University of Ilorin, Vol.7, No.2, pp. 278 – 316.

iii. Abegunde, B. (2004) “Freedom of Religion from Global Perspective”. Journal Contemporary Issues in Education, Faculty of Education, University of Ado Ekiti (UNAD). Vol. 2, No.1, pp. 75– 84.

iv. Anwo, J. O. and Abegunde, B. (2004) “Issues in Local Government Administration in  Nigeria: A Critical Examination”. Brainfield Law Journal, Lagos, Vol. 1, No.2, pp. 55 -63

v. Abegunde, B. (2005) “An Overview of the Law of Defamation in England and Nigeria” Fountain Quarterly Law Journal of the Ministry of Justice, Ado-Ekiti. Vol.2, No.1. pp.143 – 162.

vi. Abegunde, B. and Ogunlade Z. F. (2005) “The Emerging International Law of Environmental Protection during Armed Conflict.” Fountain Quarterly Law Journal of the Ministry of Justice, Ado-Ekiti Vol.2, No.1 pp 75 – 84

vii. Abegunde, B. (2005), “Legal and Institutional Panacea to Corruption.” Ibadan Bar Journal, Vol.4, pp.50 – 62.

viii. Abegunde, B. (2005), “Abortion Laws Versus Privacy Right : A Comparative Survey.” Fountain Quarterly Law Journal. Vol.2, No.2. pp 69 – 75

ix. Abegunde, B. (2005) “Locus Standi Versus Right of Access to Court: An Appraisal of the Nigerian Situation”. Ikeja Bar Journal. Vol. 5. Part 2, pp 80 – 92. 

x. Abegunde, B. (2007) “Recasting Sovereignty and Federalism: The Way Forward in the  Nigerian Political and Constitutional Quagmire.” Journal of Law and Diplomacy publication of International Research and Development Institute, Uyo. Vol.4, No.1,pp 14      – 20. 

xi. Abegunde, B. (2007) “Periscoping into the Reckless Abuse of Diplomatic Immunities and Privileges: A Global Perspective.” Ahmadu Bello University Journal of Public and International Law, (A.B.U. J.P.L.L) vol.1, No.1 pp.105 – 114.

xii. Abegunde, B. (2008) “Irrelevance of Immunity for International Crime particularly Crimes under International Humanitarian Law”. Journal of Law and Diplomacy, Publication of International Research and Development Institute, Uyo. Vol.5, No.1, pp.11– 19. 

xiii. Abegunde, B. (2008) “Use of Force under International Law: The Legality or Illegality Thereof.” Confluence Journal of Jurisprudence and International Law (CJJIL) Kogi State-University, Vol.1; No.1, pp. 269 – 289.

xiv. Abegunde, B. (2008) “Strike and Related Concepts: A Critique”. Journal of Private and Commercial Law, (JPCL), University of Ado-Ekiti, Vol. 1, No. 1 pp 291 – 30

xv. Abegunde, B. (2009) “Case Review: Rt. Hon. Rotimi Ameachi v. Independent National Electoral Commission & 2 Others ”Kogi State University Bi-Annual Journal of Public Law, Vol.1 pt 1,” pp 238 – 240.

xvi. Abegunde, B. and Abegunde O.(2009) “The Legal Framework for the Prevention and Control of Drug Abuse and Trafficking: A Global Perspective.” University of Ado-Ekiti Law Journal (UNADLJ) Vol.3, pp. 24- 47.

xvii. Abegunde, B. and Filani A. O. E. (2010) “Military Acculturation and War Crimes: Defence of Obedience of Superior Orders under International Law”. Ebonyi State University Journal of International Law and Juridical Review, (EBUSUJILJR), Vol.1, pp. 204 – 210. 

xviii. Abegunde, B. and Abegunde O. (2011) “Post Conflict Justice Under International Law: Complementarity of Prosecution and Other Mechanisms.” Akungba Law Journal,Vol.1, No. 5, pp. 60- 74.

xix. Akomolede, T.I and Abegunde, B. (2014) “Child Criminal Responsibility Under International Law: Issues Arising.”Joseph Ayo Babalola University Law Journal (JABU-LJ), Vol.1, No 1, pp.1-9.

xx. Abegunde, B. (2014) “Legal Analysis of Statelessness Under International Law: The Journey So Far”. Akungba Law Journal (A.L.J), Vol. 2, No 2, pp.91-118.

xxi. Akomolede, T.I. and Abegunde, B. (2015) “Legal Appraisal of Corporate Criminal Liability under International Law.”ABUAD Journal of Public and International Law (AJPIL), Vol.1, No 1, pp.92-115

xxii. Arebamen, O.A, Oamen P.E, and Abegunde, B. (2015) “The Impact of Counter-Terrorism Laws on the Protection of Human Rights and Fundamental Freedom”. Akungba Law Journal, Vol.3, No.1, pp 131-134

xxiii. Abegunde, B. (2015) “An Indepth Analysis of the Theories of Individual Criminal Responsibility under International Law.” Nnamdi Azikwe University Law Journal,(UNIZIKLJ),Vol 11, pp.109-135  

xxiv. Abegunde, B., Abegunde, O. (2016) “An Indepth Reflection on the the Inherent Challenges of Individual Criminal Responsibility under International Law.” Ekiti State University Law Journal (EKSULJ) Vol. 7, pp. 302-34

xxv. Abegunde, B., Abegunde,O., and Omidoyin, J.T. (2016)  “Must a Country Extradite Its National: Buruji Kashamu in Perspective”, Joseph Ayo Babalola University Law Journal (JABULJ ) vol. 3, No 1, pp. 167-193.

xxvi. Abegunde, B., and Osakinle, O.M., (2017) A Revisit of the Legal Implications of Female Genital Mutilation in Nigeria, Ekiti State University Law Journal(EKSULJ) vol. 8,  pp 125-136. 

xxvii Abegunde, B. and Abegunde, O. (2017) “Socio-Legal Perspectives of ‘Chieftaincy Declaration’ and its Impact on the Selection of Traditional Chiefs in Western Nigeria” Joseph Ayo Babalola University Law Journal,(JABULJ), Ikeji Arakeji, Osun State,  vol.4, No.2, pp.185-192.

c. Articles already accepted for Publication

i.  Abegunde, B, and Omidoyin, J.T. (2018) “An Appraisal of Legal Aid System in Nigeria and the Right of Equal Access to Justice,” African Journal of Criminology and Justice Studies,(AJCJS) USA. 

ii. Abegunde, B., (2018), “A Reflection on the Syndrome of Non-Domestication of International Treaties in Nigeria: Charting the Way Forward”. Sri-Lankan Journal of International Law (SLJIL), Sri-Lanka.

iii. Abegunde, B., (2018), “Issues in the Application of International Treaties before a National Court: Nigeria and Selected Jurisdictions in Perspective”.  East African Journal of Law (EAJL), Kenya. 

d. Articles in Conference Proceedings:

i.         Yebisi,E.T, Sani, A.M. and Abegunde, B.(2005) Sovereignty: Emerging Issues in Nigeria. Conference Proceedings of the 41st Annual Conference of the     Nigerian  Association of Law Teachers  (NALT),   University of Jos, 12th – 16th     June,  pp. 86-123. 

       

ii.        Abegunde, B., (2011)  Legal Framework on Employment in Perspective:   Nigeria  as a Case Study. Being paper presented at A 2 Day Training  Workshop on the   theme: ‘Labour Management Relations and Security of Employment in Nigeria’, organized by Ekiti State Local Government Service Commission in collaboration with Fadetutu Consultancy Services, held at, Pastoral Centre, Ikere- Road, Ado-Ekiti, between 6th-7th April, 2011.

iii.  Akomolede, T.I., Abegunde, B., Filani, A.O.E. and Ojo, O.O. (2013) The Independence   of Anti-Corruption Agencies in Nigeria: Possibility and Challenges. Conference Proceedings of the 46th Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Law Teachers (NALT), University of Ilorin 22nd – 26th April.pp. 186- 205.

iv. Babatunde, I.O., Abegunde, B., Ayo T.E. (2016) The Role of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice in Promoting Economic Community Laws and Human Rights in Nigeria. Conference Proceedings of the 49th Annual Conference of the Nigeria Association of Law Teachers (NALT), Nasarawa State University, Keffi, 22nd -27th May, pp. 844 – 855.

e. Chapters in Books

i. Abegunde,B. (2004), Impeachment Proceedings in Nigeria: An Appraisal. International Law   Human Rights and Development, Essays in Honour of Professor Akin Oyebode, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ibidapo – Obe, A. and Yerima, T. F. (eds), Chapter 27, pp. 445– 454. 

ii. Abegunde, B. (2006), Control of the Powers of the Administration. Essays in Administrative Law in Nigeria, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado-Ekiti, Chapter 5, pp.144 – 177

iii. Abegunde, B. (2006), An Overview of Legal Remedies in Administrative  Law in Nigeria.Essays on Administrative Law in Nigeria,  PETOA    Educational Publishers,   Ado-Ekiti, Chapter 13, pp. 376– 415.

               

iv. Abegunde, B.  2006), Reflecting on the Distinction between the Rule of Law and the Rule of Force. Issues in Law and African Security, Publication of Public Law Department, Ambrose Alli University (AAU), Ekpoma, Chapter 1, pp. 1 – 16.

v. Abegunde, B. (2007), Environmental Pollution in Nigeria. Environmental Law and       Development, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado- Ekiti, Chapter 5, pp. 74-93.

vi. Abegunde, B. (2007), Civil Liability and Common Law Remedies for Environmental Pollution. Environmental Law and Development, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado- Ekiti, Chapter 6, pp. 94-113. 

vii      Abegunde, B. (2007), Environmental Law and Enforcement. Environmental Law and Development, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado- Ekiti, Chapter 11,  pp.        194-212. 

       

       

viii.    Abegunde, B. (2007) Opening of a Bank Account and Types of Customers. Contemporary Issues in Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments in Nigeria, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado-Ekiti, Chapter 5, pp. 55 – 81.

ix.   Abegunde, B. (2007) Insolvency Regime in Nigeria and the Challenges of the 21st Century. Contemporary Issues in Law of Banking and Negotiable Instruments in Nigeria. PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado-Ekiti, Chapter 8, pp. 116 – 142.

     

x.     Abegunde, B. (2008) Scope of Enabling Statute in Relation to Powers of an Administrative Agent. Belgore through the Cases: A Compendium of Commentaries. Book   Builders Publishers, Ibadan, Yebisi, E.T.(ed), Chapter 6, pp. 17 – 21.        

xi.  Abegunde, B. (2013) Assessing the Scope and the Relevance of the Rule against Bias in the Administration of Justice Today. Law, Democracy and Social Change, Essays in Honour of Chief BayoOjo (SAN), Juniper Publications, Makurdi, Abifarin,O. and Ijaiya,H. (eds), Chapter 24, pp. 116-125. 

xii.     Abegunde, B. and Ateiza S. (2013) Tax Evasion and Avoidance: The Nigerian Experience. Modern Trend in Tax Law, Administration and Practice in Nigeria. Essays in Honour of Otunba Olusola Adekanola FCA, MNI, JP, Juniper Publications, Makurdi, Benue State, Abifarin,O. (ed), Chapter 14, pp. 122-129.  

f. Authored Books

i. Abegunde, B. (2009) Public International Law, PETOA Educational Publishers, Ado-Ekiti, ISBN 978-2858-90-03. 

g.     Thesis/Dissertation 

i.  Abegunde, B. (1996), Proximity Rule and its Relevance to Law of Insurance, LL.B Project, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife, Nigeria. (Unpublished)

ii. Abegunde, B. (2001), The Composition, Powers and Jurisdiction of the International Court of Justice (ICJ) LL. M. Dissertation, Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile- Ife, Nigeria. (Unpublished)iii. Abegunde, B. (2015), Legal Analysis of Individual Criminal Responsibility under International Law, Ph.D Thesis, Ekiti- State University, Ado- Ekiti, Nigeria  (Unpublished)

h. Research in Progress

i.          Legal Appraisal of the Plight of the Refugees and the Internally Displaced Persons in Nigeria and other African Countries..

ii.  An Examination of the Concept of Complementarity in Article 17 of the Statute   of the International Criminal Court.