Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law, Volume 3 (1996-1997)
The status of Muslim women within marriage, prospects for Muslim law in South Africa, Palestinian citizenship, and Islamic finance and privatization-these are just some of the diverse, compelling subjects covered by leading articles in this Yearbook.
The Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law provides an authoritative, up-to-date source of reference on Islamic law and modern Middle Eastern legal systems, both individually and comparatively.
The third volume maintains the consistently high quality of previous volumes, offering a comprehensive range of information that includes: a collection of leading articles on salient issues; an increased number and variety of country surveys, key legislation, and legal documents; selected cases; book reviews; and notes and news.
Extensive indexes, both by country and subject, enhance ease of reference. A wide-ranging group of specialists in Middle East and Islamic law--including judges, ministers, state legal officials, academics and scholars, legal practitioners, and leading law firms--have carefully researched and compiled this invaluable collection of information to provide a unique source of reference in a single annual volume.