Mr Ian D Edge
MA LLB (Cantab)
Lecturer in Law
- Mr Ian D Edge
- Email address:
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- SOAS, University of London
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PhD Students supervised
- Ahmad Aldarbas, The legal framework of foreign investment in the GCC real estate sector
- Fatima Swehli, The role of the property law in post-conflict Libya
- Hani Zedan, A Critical Analysis of State Legal Policy Making in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia: Systems, Reforms, and Determining Factors
- Janan Al-Asady, A comprehensive analysis of the legal framework of Iraq's oil industry
- Mudasra Sabreen, Rights of a Minor in case of Separation between Parents (A Comparative Study of Islamic and Pakistani Law)
- Mwanakitina Mohamed Bakari, The development of the Law of Wakf In Kenya
- Noryati Haji Ibrahim,
- Prince Ndudi Councillor Olokotor, Recognition and Enforcement of Transnational Commercial Arbitral Awards: An Appraisal of the Legal Regimes in England and Nigeria.
- Sulaiman Al-Turki, Codification of Islamic Law in Saudi Arabia
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Edge, Ian (2000) 'Introduction (Chapter 1).' In: I, ed, (ed.), Comparative Law in Global Perspective. Transnational Publishers, pp. 3-20.
Edge, Ian (2000) 'Panacea or Chimaera: Islamic Law Reform in the Last Fifty Years.' In: I, ed, (ed.), Comparative Law in a Global Perspective. Transnational Publishers, pp. 325-344.
Edge, Ian (1996) 'Introduction: Material Available on Islamic Legal Theory.' In: I, ed, (ed.), Islamic Law and Legal Theory. Dartmouth, pp. 15-33.