Professor Ebrahim Moosa, "What Is Islamic Law?"

October 12, 2008Duke Law News

Monday, Oct. 20, 2008
12:15 - 1:15 pm • Room 3037


Sponsored by SOLIMENA (Student Organization for Legal Issues in the Middle East and North Africa) and the DBA.

Ebrahim Moosa, a professor in Religious Studies and at the Law School, will discuss the sources of Islamic law and provide examples of how Islamic legal provisions function in various countries today.

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