Muslim Legal Systems in 21st Century National Seminar on
Impact of Islamic Law in Contemporary Legal System
6th May, 2017 (Saturday)
Islamic law has exercised its influence in legal systems of most Muslim countries. More recently a notable and growing group of Muslim immigrants and societies has advocated to gradual introduction of their law in the West and other non-Muslim countries.
Shariah law is the law of Islam. Its domain is wide. In family and personal matters its includes law on marriage, divorce and inheritance. It has rigorous criminal punishments, an area of the law that need to understand on context. Under shariah, robbery or theft will normally result in amputation of the criminal’s limb. Adultery results in death by if committed by married person. It is reported that in countries like Afghanistan and Pakistan, eighty percent of population endorse these penalties. The western laws do not have such punishment in their home turf. However such unacceptable actions as honour killings, marital captivity, child marriages and discrimination against women are still taking place in the west .
All the Abstracts and Full length papers shall be sent as an attachment on email id.:firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com.
There will no Registration fee. Accommodation provided, only for those who register early
Participants should fill the enclosed Registration Form and submit it latest by 25th April, 2017.
Spot registration is also permitted but in such case seminar kit may not be available.
Filled-in registration form can be sent electronically or by post. Details of Conference Sessions will be posted on the web-site-www.legalstudies.in
| ||Last Date for Submission of Abstracts by Post/E-mail (Softcopy): || 25 March,2017 |
| ||Intimation on Selection of the Paper: ||30 March,2017 |
| ||Last Date for Submission of Full Paper: ||25 April, 2017 |
| ||Soft Copy of Submissions should be addressed to || |
| ||Hard Copy of the Submissions may be sent at: || |
In Case of Queries and Clarification the following may be Contacted:Contact Address:
Venue-The venue of the Seminar will be announced soon.