In an era of increasing use of electronic communication and technology, the need to call more openly for international rather than isolated domestic solutions to the ever increasing lawlessness in the electronic commercial world has become sacrosanct. This development has been recognised by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), one of the first and largest organisations concerned with the development of uniform laws on Electronic Commerce (e-commerce). UNCITRAL has consequently produced work aimed at facilitating the creation of a legal framework to regulate international trade and, more importantly, serve as a guide for the regulation of electronic contracts for the carriage of goods, both on domestic and international levels. This book focuses on the work of UNCITRAL in this regard, examining primarily the likely impact of the work of UNCITRAL on Nigeria in light of the unique nature of the Nigerian economy. Also included is a comparative examination of the methods by which other States have incorporated the work of UNCITRAL into their domestic laws.