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Religious arbitration and accomodation

How can Islam and English law respond to each other?

By Elizabeth Cooke   July 2013

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This is the second of three responses to the issues raised in “Islam and English Law”, edited by Robin Griffith-Jones. Read Rowan Williams’s response here

I have three things to say: something about reassurance, something about journeys, and something about a particular dilemma within family law.

First, then: my overriding impression of Islam and English Law is that to me, as a rather straightlaced property and family lawyer, it…

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