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Islamic Law

A selection of Islamic law resources (including those on Islamic banking):

Centre of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law (CIMEL)
Listing of Islamic law resources published by the Centre.

Guide to Researching Islamic Law
Guide to resources that are available in the Harvard Law School Library collection. Published by Aslihan Bulut whose other related guides include:

Islamic and International Law
Resources, including articles and laws, relating to Islamic and international law published on Lex Mercatoria.

Islamic Banking
Information on the Islamic financial system provided by the Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance.

Islamic Jurisprudence
Information on Islamic law published by the Institute of Islamic Banking and Insurance.

Islamic Law Research Guide
Listing of primary and secondary sources of Islamic law. Written by Aslihan Bulut for the Arthur W. Diamond Law Library, Columbia University (last updated 2011).

Islamic Law Resources
Bilbiography published by the Gallagher Law Library, University of Washington. Originally prepared by Jonathan Franklin; updated by Carissa Vogel (2007) and Cheryl Nyberg (2015).

Islamic Legal Studies Program
Information on research projects conducted at Harvard Law School. Includes publications such as the Harvard Series in Islamic Law. Resources
Since its founding in 1997, has maintained an independent editorial and sought to promote open debate on critical contemporary issues. This website contains a wealth of resources on Islamic law and finance.

Journal of Islamic Studies
Open access, multi-disciplinary publication dedicated to the scholarly study of all aspects of Islam and of the Islamic world, including political science, law, literature, and international relations. Published by Oxford University Press.

Researching Islamic Law: Malaysian Sources
Research guide by library consultant, Shaikh Mohamed Noordin. Published in GlobaLex.

Information on Wikipedia.

Understanding Islamic Law
Article by Shaykh Muhammad Hisham Kabbani on the Islamic Supreme Council of America website.

Content updated on 08 Jun 2016

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