Weekend Scholarship Roundup

In "A Secular Need: Islamic Law and State Governance in Contemporary India," The University of Washington Press, Jeffrey A. Redding explores India’s non-state system of Muslim dispute resolution—known as the dar-ul-qaza system and commonly referred to as “Muslim courts” or “sharīʿa courts”—challenges conventional narratives about the inevitable opposition between Islamic law and secular forms of governance, … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup

Weekend Scholarship Roundup

In "The Status of Restorative Justice in Pakistani Legal System: An Analysis of Pakistani Laws With Special Reference to Certain Case Studies," Islamic Law & Law of the Muslim World eJournal, Nagina Riaz and Sohail Amjad capture the traces of the Restorative Justice System found in the form of arbitration and mediation groups known as the … Continue reading Weekend Scholarship Roundup