Islamic Law at the American Society for Legal History Conference: Session Roundup

The 2021 American Society for Legal History annual conference, taking place on November 4-6, 2021, is hosting a wide array of panels relating to Islamic law.  Please consult our calendar for all the panels taking place during the conference. The Islamic Law Blog has curated below a list of panels relating to Islamic law as … Continue reading Islamic Law at the American Society for Legal History Conference: Session Roundup

Islamic Law in “Plain English”

The following book reviews are contributed by Ari Schreiber. *** Muhammad’s Heirs: The Rise of Muslim Scholarly Communities, 622-950 by Jonathan E. Brockopp (Cambridge University Press, 2017) Editor’s note: Jonathan Brockopp’s Muhammad’s Heirs sheds light on the early development of Islamic legal scholarship between its inherited tradition and its history. As a critical look at … Continue reading Islamic Law in “Plain English”