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Third-party ownership in football – A publication of the Sports, Entertainment and Technology Practice at Olisa Agbakoba Legal Despite FIFA’s outright prohibition on third-party ownership football in 2015, to remove unethical practices and mitigate the controversy surrounding this type of investment in football, TPO, as it is more commonly known, remains a regular occurrence in […]

The call for the institutional and legal restructuring for the next Nigeria cannot have come at a better time. President Mohammadu Buhari’s 2019 Independence Day address to the nation may have created an enabling platform to encourage new discussions on how to transform Nigeria’s economy. The President’ssetting up of an Economic Advisory Council (EAC) is […]

Development law policy is a tool that intersects law and economic development. Development law scholars agree that there is a strong link between law, regulatory institutions, governance, economic development and national welfare. It is argued that the Nigerian legal and judicial framework is hopelessly outdated and needs an urgent review to meet current challenges. Yet […]

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