This project examines the impact of the growing Islamic public in Western democracies, namely in the context of third-party arbitration courts based on Shari'a law. The project examines the controversies surrounding the introduction of Shari'a law into Western legal systems through the non-territorial federalism of arbitration courts.
Mark Kemper (Thesis Director)
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Original document was submitted as an Honors Program requirement. Copyright is held by the author.
McCarthy, Andrew. (2017). Shari’a Arbitration Courts and Constitutional Democracy: A 21st Century Dilemma. In BSU Honors Program Theses and Projects. Item 217. Available at: https://vc.bridgew.edu/honors_proj/217
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