The First Decade of Namibian Law

in Nordic Journal of International Law
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Abstract

The article provides a concise overview of Namibian legal developments since the country became independent in 1990. It presents the constitutional framework of Namibian law, the principle of continued application of pre-independence rules, the history and future of the Roman-Dutch law inherited from South Africa, the role of customary law, and the present state of legal education and the legal profession in the country.

The First Decade of Namibian Law

in Nordic Journal of International Law

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