Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Articles in Scholarly Journals

Articles in Scholarly Journals


  1. "Arbitral Autonomy," 74 Louisiana Law Review 1 (2013).
  2. "The Paradoxical Evolution of Law," 16 Lewis & Clark Law Review 337 (2012).
  3. "Taking Ownership of Legal Outcomes: An Argument Against Dissociation Paradigm and Analytical Gaming," 55 Saint Louis University Law Journal 887 (2011).
  4. "A Portfolio Theory of Foreign Affairs: U.S. Relations with the Muslim World," 20 Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems 377 (Symposium: A Critical Juncture: Human Rights and the U.S. Standing in the World under the Obama Administration, Iowa University School of Law) (2011).
  5. "Fana and Baqa Infinities of Islam: Approaches to Islamic Law and Behavior," 7 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 511 (2010) (Symposium: Islamic Law and Constitutional Liberty).
  6. "The Quran and the Constitution," 85 Tulane Law Review 161 (2010).
  7. "Protection of Languages and Self-Expressions Under Islamic Law," 19 Journal of Transnational Law & Policy 61 (2009).
  8. "Faith-Based Torture," 12 Global Dialogue 1 (Symposium: On Torture, Cyprus) (2010).
  9. "Jurodynamics of Islamic Law," 61 Rutgers Law Review 231 (2009).
  10. "Temporality of Law," 40 McGeorge Law Review 55 (2009).
  11. "A Theoretical Analysis of Payment Systems," 60 South Carolina Law Review 425 (2008).
  12. "The Immutability of Divine Texts," 2008 Brigham Young University Law Review 807 (2008).
  13. "Advocacy under Islam and Common Law," 45 San Diego Law Review 547 (2008).
  14. "Free Markets of Islamic Jurisprudence," 2007 Michigan State Law Review 1487 (Symposium: The Future of Islamic Legal Scholarship).
  15. "Forcing them to be Free: Bush's Project for the Muslim World," 8 Global Dialogue 1 (2006).
  16. "An Islamic View of the Battlefield," 7 Barry Law Review 21 (2006) (Symposium: God and War).
  17. "The Essentialist Terrorist," 45 Washburn Law Journal 47 (2005).
  18. "The Reopening of the Islamic Code: The Second Era of Ijtihad," 1 University of St. Thomas Law Journal 341 (2003) (Founding Symposium: God, the Person, History and the Law).
  19. "Islam as Intellectual Property: 'My Lord! Increase Me in Knowledge'," 31 Cumberland Law Review631 (2001) (Ray Rushton Distinguished Lecturer Series: Evangelism/Proselytism and International Religious Liberties).
  20. "The Dignity of Labor," 32 Columbia Human Rights Law Review 289 (2001).
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  22. "The Evolution of Money: A Story of Constitutional Nullification," 67 University of Cincinnati Law Review 393 (1999).
  23. "A Theory of Universal Democracy," 16 Wisconsin International Law Journal 61 (1997).
  24. "Lessons From Malcolm X: Freedom by Any Means Necessary," 38 Howard Law Journal 79 (1994).
  25. "The Kashmir Dispute: A Plan for Regional Cooperation," 31 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law495 (1994).
  26. "The Extinction of Nation-States," 7 American University International Law Review 197 (1992).
  27. "The Hermeneutics of Sexual Order," 31 Santa Clara Law Review 47 (1990).
  28. "Constitutional Kinship Between Iran and the Soviet Union," 9 New York Law School Journal of International & Comparative Law 293 (1988).
  29. "A Legal Theory of Revolutions", 5 Boston University International Law Journal 1 (1987).
  30. "A Legal Theory of International Terrorism", 19 Connecticut Law Review 945 (1987).
  31. "The Invasion of Sexual Privacy", 23 San Diego Law Review 957 (1986).
  32. "Professor Prufrock," 36 Journal of Legal Education 117 (1986).