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Islamic Law (LAW-804-001)
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Focuses on the origins of Islamic law, its sources, and the various schools of jurisprudence. Students will consider several substantive areas of Islamic law, including constitutional law, contract law, tort law, property law, banking law, crime and punishment, family law, and successions and wills.
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First Class Readings
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