Explore publications by Program on Law & Society in the Muslim World faculty, staff, and fellows
Halal Animals: Food, Faith, and the Future of Planetary Health (book manuscript, under contract with Oxford University Press).
“Islamic Shari’a in the Legal Orders of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait” in Mapping Constitutional Controls in the MENA Region (Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Rule of Law Program Middle East and North Africa, forthcoming 2021).
“Guarantees and Challenges of Judicial Independence in Arab Gulf Monarchies” in Mapping Constitutional Controls in the MENA Region (Konrad-Adenauer Stiftung, Rule of Law Program Middle East/North Africa, forthcoming 2021).
“Judicial Review in the Context of Constitutional Islam” in Comparative Judicial Review (Erin F. Delaney & Rosalind Dixon eds., Edward Elgar Publishing, 2018) Co-author: Kristen Stilt.
“Constitutions of Arab Gulf States: Between the Welfare State and the Democratic State” (Arabic) in Gulf 2013: The Constant and the Changing (Omar Al-Shehabi ed., Gulf Center for Development Policies, 2013).
“Litigating Women’s Rights in Gulf Monarchial Systems,” Arab Law Quarterly (Special Issue on Authoritarianism and the Law, Nathan Brown & Mai T. El-Sadany eds., forthcoming 2021).
“Constitutional Courts and the Exercise of Constitutional Authority: A Comparative Study of Kuwait and Bahrain” Al-Abhath, American University of Beirut, forthcoming 2021.
“The Ambitions of Muslim Family Law Reform” Harvard Journal of Law and Gender, Vol. 41 (2018) Co-authors: Kristen Stilt and Swathi Gandhavadi Griffin