A project in Emory University Law School (Atlanta, Georgia, US) to assess the implementation of Islamic family law in Muslim and non-Muslim environments with a view to encouraging reform. Includes surveys, case studies, and thematic studies.
Essay explaining the four main legal schools existing in Sunni Islam.
A translation of five of Sayyid Sabiq's popular summaries of Islamic law according to the four main schools. Covers: purification and prayer; supererogatory prayer; zakaat and fasting; funerals and dhikr; hajj and umrah.
Contains information relating to researches in Islamic law and finance, and in the laws prevailing in Muslim countries, especially in Pakistan.
An analysis and comparison of the judgements of the four Sunni law schools (Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i and Hanbalí), and the Shia Ja'fari tradition. Focus is on issues of personal law.
A collection of articles about the schools of Muslim law, their differences and similarities; also discusses Salafi attitudes and teachings.
A collection of Muslim sources, rulings and opinions covering religious, personal, medical and financial subjects.
A collection of Mufti Ebrahim Desai's answers to questions raised by Muslims on belief and practice of Islam.
An online translation of Taha Jabir Al 'Alwani's book on Source Methodology in Islamic Jurisprudence.
Promotes the legal rights of Muslims in accordance with the Shari'ah, and promotes research into Shari'ah and English law. Information about their activities, publications, and membership.