Arab Law Quarterly

Arab Law Quarterly now invites applications for the position of Book Review Editor (deadline 9 October 2020).

Arab Law Quarterly is the leading English language scholarly publication on matters relating to the law of Arab states. It is indispensable not only for Arab law scholars, but also for those working in the fields of Middle Eastern law, Islamic law, and comparative law. The subject areas covered within the Journal include comparative works involving states both within and beyond the Arab world, works focused on law in a single state within the Arab world, and works describing the implementation of Islamic law in one or more Arab states. In addition to the foregoing, the Journal also publishes book reviews of recently published books, review essays of one or more recent books, and “current developments”, which are commentaries on recent laws, cases, administrative decisions, or other discrete jurisprudential developments of interest in the Arab world.
Arab World Research Source
Current Abstracts
Electronic Collections Online
Emerging Sources Citation Index (Web of Science)
Index Islamicus
Index to Foreign Legal Periodicals
International Bibliography of the Social Sciences
International Security & Counter Terrorism Reference Center
Middle Eastern & Central Asian Studies
Periodica Islamica
Periodicals Contents Index
PIO - Periodicals Index Online
Russian Academy of Sciences Bibliographies
TOC Premier
Online submission: Articles for publication in Arab Law Quarterly can be submitted online through Editorial Manager, please click here.

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Editor in Chief
Haider Ala Hamoudi, University of Pittsburgh School of Law, USA

Associate Editor 'Jurisprudential Trends'
Lena-Maria Möller, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Germany

Book Review Editor
Abdullah Alaoudh, Fellow, ACMCU, Georgetown University, USA

Managing Editor
Dee Wessels-Boer

Editors Emeriti
W.M. Ballantyne, Visiting Professor in Arab Law, School of Oriental and African Studies, London
Mark S.W. Hoyle, Visiting Professor in Arab and Islamic Laws, The University of Leeds

Editorial Board
Hisham Ababneh, Petra University, Jordan
Ebrahim Afsah, Universities of Vienna, Austria and Copenhagen, Denmark
Zaid al-Ali, International IDEA, Tunisia
Sahar Aziz, Rutgers Law School, USA
Kilian Bälz, Amereller – Mena Associates, Berlin/Cairo
Mohammed M. Bashir, International Business Legal Associations, Amman, Jordan
Nathalie Bernard-Maugiron, Institut de recherche pour le développement (IRD), France
Nathan J. Brown, George Washington University, USA
Baudouin Dupret, CNRS, France
Nicholas Foster, SOAS, London, UK
Adham Hashish, Kuwait International Law school, Alexandria Law School, (Kuwait/Egypt)
M. Kabir Hassan, University of New Orleans, USA
Sami Houerbi, ICC Dispute Resolution Services, Tunisia
Feisal Istrabadi, Indiana University (Bloomington), USA
Jason Kilborn, John Marshall School of Law
Michael McMillen, Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP, USA
Mona Oraby, Amherst College, USA
Gianluca Parolin, Aka Khan University, Pakistan
Russell Powell, Seattle University School of Law
Shaheen Sardar Ali, University of Warwick, UK
Amr Shalakany, American University in Cairo, Egypt
Nadjma Yassari, Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law, Germany
Adnan Zulfiqar, Rutgers University, USA
Haider Ala Hamoudi, Professor of Law, and Vice Dean, University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Professor Hamoudi writes widely on Middle Eastern law and Islamic law. He has published a casebook on Islamic Law and is scheduled to publish a Nutshell on Islamic Law .