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Annual LUCIS Conference 2011: Applying Sharia in the West

Jun 20, 2011 – Jun 21, 2011
Academy Building, Rapenburg 67-73, 2311 GJ Leiden
Netherlands
Leiden University Centre For The Study Of Islam And Society
http://www.hum.leiden.edu/areastudies/news/lucis-conference-sharia-in-the-west.html
social aspects, study of religion, Muslim minorities, legal science, Islam and politics, cultural studies, Islamic law
lucis@hum.leidenuniv.nl

Cyberspace 2011

Nov 25, 2011 – Nov 26, 2011
Brno
Czech Republic
Faculty of Law in cooperation with Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University Brno
http://cyberspace.muni.cz/english/
information and communication technology, legal science, study of religion, Czech Republic
cyberspace@law.muni.cz
Jul 31, 2011

International Symposium “Religious Diversity in the European Workplace”

Jan 13, 2011 – Jan 13, 2011
Leuven
Belgium
Katayoun Alidadi
legal science, Europe, study of religion
katayoun.alidadi@law.kuleuven.be
Oct 1, 2010
 
Beltrametti, Silvia, The Legality of Intellectual Property Rights under Islamic Law. The Prague Yearbook of Comparative Law 2009. Mach, T. et al. (Eds). Prague, 2010 abstract full text PDF

Terrorism and New Media

Sep 8, 2010 – Sep 9, 2010
Dublin
Ireland
Dublin City University
http://www.dcu.ie/~cis/TNM/index.html
jihad, legal science, information and communication technology, social aspects
May 17, 2010

The Legality of Intellectual Property Rights under Islamic Law

Intellectual property rights are not regulated by Islamic law and jurisprudence per se. The issue is whether the principles of Islamic law can be constructed in a way to provide support for such protection. This paper assesses the extent to which Islamic law and its sophisticated tools have an impact on the protection of intellectual property. First it presents Sharī’a’s main sources; the Qur’an, the Sunna, Ijma and Qiyas and explains how many principles derived therefrom can accommodate intellectual property protection. The following section examines the dynamics of interpretation of Islamic law over history and explores the impact that Sharī’a has on the enactment of legislation of modern governments. The concluding section briefly considers some tensions between the Western and the Islamic view on intellectual property and the role of economics within Islamic law and society. The arguments presented in this paper reveal that a Sharī’a based system is flexible and adaptable and that this flexibility is to be used in order to face economic reality.
 
Cannataci, Joseph A. , Privacy, Technology Law and Religions across Cultures. Journal of Information, Law and Technology, No. 1, 2009 abstract full text

New Book: Legal Practice and Cultural Diversity

Legal Practice and Cultural Diversity considers how contemporary cultural and religious diversity challenges legal practice, how legal practice responds to that challenge, and how practice is changing in the encounter with the cultural diversity occasioned by large-scale, post-war immigration. Locating actual practices and interpretations which occur in jurisprudence and in public discussion, this volume examines how the wider environment shapes legal processes and is in turn shaped by them.

Law and Religion in Europe

"Law and Religion in Europe" is a new book published by the Georg-August-Universität in Göttingen. It discusses some topical issues related to contemporary Islam and Muslim minorities in Europe. The book stems from a conference "Recht und Religion in Europa – zeitgenössische Konflikte und historische Perspektiven" held 24. - 26. October 2008 in Göttingen and is available for free download.
 
Akdemir, Erkan; Basci, Erdem; Togan, Subidey, Telecommunications Policy Reform in Turkey. The World Economy, Vol. 30, No. 7, July 2007 abstract full text
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