Volume 25, Issue 2 (2011)



SHARIA, FAMILY, AND DEMOCRACY: RELIGIOUS NORMS AND FAMILY LAW IN PLURALISTIC DEMOCRATIC STATES

John Witte, Jr., Foreword—Frontiers of Juridical Pluralism: Law, Religion, and the Family

RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN COMPARATIVE THEORETICAL PERSPECTIVE

Abdullahi Ahmed An-Na’im, Religious Norms and Family Law: Is It Legal or Normative Pluralism?

Ann Laquer Estin, Family Law, Pluralism, and Human Rights

Natan Lerner, Group Rights and Legal Pluralism

Rosalind I.J. Hackett, Regulating Religious Freedom in Africa

RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN NIGERIA

Abdulmumini A. Oba, Religious and Customary Laws in Nigeria

Eyene Okpanachi, Between Conflict and Compromise: Lessons on Sharia and Pluralism from Nigeria’s Kaduna and Kebbi States

Abdul-Fatah Kola Makinde & Philip Ostien, The Independent Sharia Panel of Lagos State

M. Christian Green, Religion, Family Law, and Recognition of Identity in Nigeria

RELIGIOUS AND LEGAL PLURALISM IN GLOBAL COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVE

Joel A. Nichols, Religion, Marriage, and Pluralism

Pascale Fournier, Borders and Crossroads: Comparative Perspectives on Minorities and Conflict of Laws

Yüksel Sezgin, Women’s Rights in the Triangle of State, Law, and Religion: A Comparison of Egypt and India

T W Bennett, Legal Pluralism and the Family in South Africa: Lessons from Customary Law Reform