Marzieh Tofighi Darian is an S.J.D candidate at Harvard Law School. Her research focuses on the efficacy of constitutional courts’ jurisprudence in religiously divided societies. In 2012, she was involved with the Center for Constitutional Transition where she, as a researcher, worked on issues related to constitutional design for Arab Spring countries. She specialized in International Legal Studies for her LL.M degrees from Harvard Law School and New York University Law School.
- Lunch Talk: Judicial Review in Iran
- Commentary :: Guardian Council and the Ultimate Power
- Commentary :: The Problem of Nonfinality of Judicial Decisions in Iran’s Sharīʿa-Compliance Jurisprudence
- Commentary :: Right to Counsel and the Problem of Distrust
- Commentary :: Whose Guardian: Sharīʿa or the Constitution? Judicial Review of Iran’s New Criminal Procedure Code
- Commentary :: Iran’s New Islamic Penal Code: Have International Criticisms Been Effective for Children and Juvenile Offenders?
- Between Law and Sharīʿa: Taʿzīrāt Mansūs Sharʿī: A New Concept in the Islamic Penal Code or an Interpretive Error? (Part III)
- Between Law and Sharīʿa: Hudūd and the Principle of Legality (Part II)
- Between Law and Sharīʿa: The Principle of Legality under Iran’s New Islamic Penal Code (Part I)