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Harvard Law School Resources on Islamic Law

Harvard Law School Library Guide on Islamic Law
Institute for Global Law and Policy
SHARIAsource blog

Related Harvard Centers and Programs

Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture
Center for Middle Eastern Studies
Center for the Study of World Religions
Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations
Dubai Initiative
Islam in the West
Middle East Initiative
Prince Alwaleed Bin Talal Islamic Studies Program
Program on Central Asia and the Caucasus
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Apply to Study at Harvard Law School

The Islamic Legal Studies Program is a program devoted to research into and study of Islamic law at Harvard Law School. ILSP is not a degree-granting institution and it does not admit students.

To be a student at Harvard University, one must apply to the school from where one wants to earn a degree. For law, that would be Harvard Law School. The Harvard Law School Graduate Program is the division of Harvard Law School responsible for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) and the Doctor of Juridical Science (S.J.D.) degrees.

Islamic Law Academic Professional Associations

Law and Society Association, Islamic Law and Society Collaborative Research Network (ILS CRN). To join email co-chairs Tamir Moustafa or Intisar Rabb.

International Society for Islamic Legal Studies
(ISILS)

Syllabi Project

This database is the culmination of an initiative begun by Intisar Rabb in 2012, called the Islamic Law Teaching Project, through which we have developed an online resource for teaching Islamic law. Our hope is that the materials presented here will be useful for educators and enrich the teaching of Islamic law. The relevance of each contributed syllabi to Islamic law is construed broadly. Examples include: “Islamic Law and Society,” “Introduction to Islamic Law,” “Islamic Legal Institutions,” “Islamic Legal History,” and so on. The syllabi herein will be used and shared by scholars teaching Islamic law either in law schools or various social science departments, primarily in North America. If you would like to contribute, please contact ilspsyllabiproject@law.harvard.edu with your name, affiliation, and the title of your course. Upon approval, you will be sent a password with which to access this protected Syllabi Project section of the ILSP website.