I joined Westminster Law School in September 2014 where I teach various undergraduate and postgraduate courses offered by the Law School, as well as supervising PhD students. My research interests include comparative Islamic law, Islamic economics and finance, legal hermeneutics, law and religion, and ethical theory.
1. LLM Islamic Finance and Securitization Law (Module Leader)
2. LLB Islamic Law in Context (Module Leader)
3. LLB Contract Law (Module Teaching Team)
4. LLB Tort Law (Module Teaching Team)
5. LLB Law and Religion (Module Teaching Team)
6. LLB Introduction to Business Law (Module Teaching Team)
7. LLB Legal Skills and Process (Module Teaching Team)
- Islamic Finance and the Islamic Moral Economy
- Maqasid and the Islamic Legal Philosophy
- Legal Hermeneutics
- Comparative Islamic Law
- Islamic Legal Theory and Jurisprudence
- Law and Religion
- Law and Ethical Theory
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.