Women Judges in the Muslim World: A Comparative Study of Discourse and Practice
BRILL, Mar 30, 2017 - Social Science - 346 pages
Women Judges in the Muslim World: A Comparative Study of Discourse and Practice offers a socio-legal account of public debates and judicial practices surrounding the performance of women as judges in eight Muslim-majority countries.
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