IIUM Law Journal is a peer-reviewed journal, published twice a year, with a dedicated mission of contributing to original and high quality research. The journal accepts scientific research papers on law reform, issues relating to the application of law in practice, comparative legal analysis and harmonisation of Islamic law and civil law. 

The Journal considers three types of contributions: articles reporting findings of original research; case notes analyzing current and landmark decisions of domestic and international courts and tribunals; and book reviews commenting on recently published law books. 


VOL 25, NO 1 (2017): IIUM LAW JOURNAL is published.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARTICLES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

CRAFTING ANTI-TERRORISM LAW IN MALAYSIA: STRIKING A DELICATE BALANCE BETWEEN NATIONAL SECURITY AND PERSONAL LIBERTY PDF
Ho Peng Kwang, Johan Shamsuddin Sabaruddin, Saroja Dhanapal  1-28
PROTECTING ASYLUM-SEEKERS PRIOR TO DETERMINATION OF REFUGEE STATUS: REINTERPRETING THE REFUGEE CONVENTION AND ASSESSING CONTEMPORARY STATE PRACTICE ON NON-REFOULEMENT PDF
Abdul Ghafur Hamid, Shaban Abdul Majeed Phiri  29-62
LEGAL CHALLENGES CONCERNING SOME BENEFICIARIES OF ESTATES GOVERNED BY ISLAMIC LAW IN NIGERIA PDF
Ismael Saka Ismael, Abdulmumini Adebayo Oba 63-92
ACKNOWLEDGING LAND RIGHTS OF THE ORANG ASLI: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF LAWS IN PENINSULAR MALAYSIA PDF
Izawati Wook  93-120
ADMINISTRATION OF A MUSLIM’S ESTATE UNDER SECTION 17 OF THE PUBLIC TRUST CORPORATION ACT 1995 WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO TRANSFER OF VEHICLES PDF
Muhammad Amrullah bin drs Nasrul, Wan Noraini Mohd Salim  121-136 
CHOICE OF ISLAMIC LAW AS THE GOVERNING LAW IN ISLAMIC FINANCE CONTRACTS: THE UNITED KINGDOM AND NIGERIAN PERSPECTIVES PDF
Kareem Adebayo Olatoye, Abubakri Yekini  137-159

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