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f_0015748_13702 - Fall 2008 Vol. 2, No. 2 (94-161)...

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Fall 2008 – Vol. 2, No. 2 (94-161) Editorial The Africa Law Institute is pleased to present this second issue of Volume 2 of the African Journal of Legal Studies (“AJLS”). This issue contains four articles that capture in their origins and breadth the aim of the AJLS, which is to serve as a leading forum for the interdisciplinary engagement of issues of human rights, governance and the rule of law in Africa. The first article by Jon Unruh, an anthropologist, challenges us to be more attentive to land and property issues in contemporary post-conflict situations. While there has been an exponential growth in literature on Sierra Leone in the past few years, the AJLS is proud to be publishing one of the few works that address the fundamental issue of land reform and how that might impact the post-conflict dispensation in that West African nation. As noted in a previous editorial of this journal, regrettably, land and property issues appear not to have gained much prominence, at least in the legal literature, on post-conflict soc iet ies . Th is may part ly be because it is
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f_0015748_13702 - Fall 2008 Vol. 2, No. 2 (94-161)...

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