Teaching Jurisprudence in Namibia

The Philosophers' Magazine 46 (Q3):14-17 (2009)
In Namibia, as in many other parts of Africa, customary law continues to play an important role for ordinary people, by setting the framework of behaviour that the law expects of them and, in return, what protections they can expect from laws. This role is today increasingly under challenge from the growing importance of constitutional law.
Keywords Jurisprudence  Customary Law  Namibia
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DOI 10.5840/tpm20094635
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