MUSING THE ENFORCEABILITY OF SURROGACY CONTRACTS by Horace Odoi

The term ‘contract’ is often used to refer to an agreement, consisting of the exchange of promises, which is recognized by the law as giving rise to enforceable rights and obligations. Surrogacy is an arrangement, often supported by a legal agreement, whereby a woman, the surrogate mother, agrees to bear a child for another person or persons, who […]

“AND THE SERVANTS TRAMPLED UPON THE MASTERS” by Hubert Tieku

“But the true principle is that the law exists for the protection of society. It does not discharge its function by protecting the individual from injury, annoyance, corruption, and exploitation; the law must protect also the institutions and the community of ideas, political and moral, without which people cannot live together.”    The work of […]