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Islamic Law Before Courts: An Analysis of Reach and Application

13th November 2009

The public lecture will be of great interest both to academics engaged in the research of Islamic Law and to practitioner wanting to learn more about the practical implementation of Islamic law.

Judge Awn Shawkat Al-khasawneh's visit to London is being sponsored by Collaborative Research Network 'Human Rights, Security and the Media' Brunel University, London.

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