Dr. Philip C. Aka Published a Major Article on Retirement Security in the USA

Dr. Philip C. Aka Published a Major Article on Retirement Security in the USA

Dr. Philip C. Aka, a member of the teaching faculty at the Faculty of Law at the International University of Sarajevo (IUS), has recently co-published a major article on retirement security in the United States, with comparative significance for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Dr. Aka teaches related courses at the IUS such as Insurance and Social Security Law. “Promoting Retirement Security for Low-Income Workers in Illinois: An Analysis and Lessons for Other States” has been published by Akron Law Review, a flagship journal of the Akron School of Law, Ohio, in the United States. The work was completed during the professor’s first semester of teaching at the IUS. The article abstract is available at the following link:


Dr. Philip C. Aka is a Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law, International University of Sarajevo; Professor of Criminal Justice, Chicago State University (on unpaid leave of absence); former Professor of Political Science and Faculty Mentor, Minority Retirement Security (MRS) Grant, Chicago State University; Adjunct Professor of Law, Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law—Indianapolis; Member of the Illinois State Bar.

Dr. Aka has written extensively on issues related to minority populations in Africa and the United States, including human rights. His recent publications germane to these topics include his publication “Human Rights in Nigeria’s External Relations: Building the Record of a Moral Superpower (Lexington Books, 2017). “