The Islamic Law and Law of the Muslim World Research Paper Series is a project of New York Law School and the Social Science Research Network.
The only Social Science Research Network (SSRN) journal that focuses on this area of law, the Islamic Law and Law of the Muslim World Research Paper Series at New York Law School is a unique forum—multidisciplinary, international, and instantly accessible—for posting and locating current scholarship in the field. Abstracts, works in progress, and completed scholarly works on any matter of public or private law, legal theory, legal history, or legal policy or practice that relates to the modern or pre-modern Muslim world are welcome.
The series is edited by Sadiq Reza (New York Law School) and supported by a distinguished advisory board that consists of:
Khaled Abou El Fadl (UCLA)
Azizah al-Hibri (University of Richmond)
Nathan Brown (George Washington University)
Wael Hallaq (McGill)
Bernard Haykel (Princeton)
Mohammad Hashim Kamali (International Islamic University, Malaysia)
Ann Elizabeth Mayer (University of Pennsylvania)
David Powers (Cornell)
Abdulaziz A. Sachedina (Virginia)
Frank Vogel (formerly Harvard)
SOLICITATION OF ABSTRACTS
Islamic Law and Law of the Muslim World is an interdisciplinary forum for posting abstracts, works-in-progress, and completed scholarly works on any matter of public or private law, legal theory, legal practice or policy that bears on the modern or pre-modern Muslim world, such as studies of:
Contributions are welcome from scholars of law, history, religion, political science, international affairs or regional studies, gender studies, economics or finance, and any other discipline from which pertinent scholarship arises.