Islamic Law in the News Roundup

ISLAMIC LAW IN THE NEWS In reportedly the first case in which a New Zealand court was asked to consider Islamic law, a Wellington court ordered "the payment of a … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup

Islamic Law in the News Roundup

ISLAMIC LAW IN THE NEWS Following the Taliban's rise to power, many law students and lawyers from Afghanistan have reported that "[i]t is not the application of Islamic criminal law … Continue reading Islamic Law in the News Roundup

International & Comparative Law eJournal: September 19

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This week’s issue of SSRN’s Law & Society: International & Comparative Law eJournal includes: "Uncharismatic Revolutionary Constitutionalism" by Stephen Gardbaum.  A reasonably familiar type of constitutionalist revolution is the one engineered and led by … Continue reading International & Comparative Law eJournal: September 19

Contemporary Primary Sources: Response of New Zealand Advertising Standards Complaints Board to Lux Body Wash Ad (1996)

A complaint to the New Zealand Advertising Standards Complaints Board about an arguably Orientalist depiction of a Western woman in an Islamic country for a Lux Body Wash ad. The … Continue reading Contemporary Primary Sources: Response of New Zealand Advertising Standards Complaints Board to Lux Body Wash Ad (1996)