Saturday, 21 May 2011
This one-day course will introduce the conflict resolution mechanisms employed by some Muslims in resolving family disputes. In particular, the role of religious authority will be examined. The course will provide a critical survey of the practical ways in which Alternative Dispute Resolution is applied by different Muslim social institutions in the UK. It will also discuss some challenges and potential risks of following sharia court adjudication.
Participants with no prior knowledge of Muslim legal practice will be provided with background reading for the course.
Fee: £75/60/45 (full/early bird/concession)
£300 (6 CPD points)
Application deadline: 17 May 2011
(early bird fee until 22 April)
Location: AKU-ISMC London