An-Na’im book cited in Guardian Article on Evolution of Islamic Law

Muslims who embrace the idea that the Ottoman Empire adhered to a strict interpretation of Islamic law for more than 600 years may be misguided, according to an opinion article published in The Guardian. Emory Law Professor...[more]


Professor Holbrook on whether Supreme Court is pro or anti-patent

In today’s SCOTUSblog, Emory Law Professor Tim Holbrook was asked to write on the U.S. Supreme Court’s impact on patent law in recent years, what is expected in the future and whether the current court can be characterized as...[more]


Jewish Law Supports Emerging Reproductive Technology, Broyde says

By Mary LoftusJewish law supports current and emerging forms of biotechnology used in assisted reproduction—including artificial insemination, surrogacy, embryo screening, and even more debatable techniques—as long as the ...[more]


Third-Party Lawsuit Investors Betting on Big Returns

Angel investors are common among start-up companies. But the practice of enlisting third-party investors to fund litigation costs in exchange for a slice of the lawsuit’s winnings has some legal scholars questioning its...[more]


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