FEATURE :: Roundtable on Islamic Family Law in the UK: Akhter v. Khan (July 2018)

Six scholars and practitioners of Islamic family law and related subjects weigh in on the recent high-profile case of Islamic divorce in the UK, Akhter v. Khan issued by the High Court of Justice of England and Wales.  At the tail end of last month, a UK court decided a case of family law that has reverberated … Continue reading FEATURE :: Roundtable on Islamic Family Law in the UK: Akhter v. Khan (July 2018)

Roundtable on Islamic Family Law in the UK :: Engaging with the Terms of the Marriage Act of 1949

Rebecca Probert comments on the High Court of Justice of England and Wales’ recent decision on the Akhter v. Khan case. The case is one example of the ongoing examination of the legal status of Islamic marriages and divorces under UK law. The key problem with the decision in Akhter v Khan and the Attorney General – as … Continue reading Roundtable on Islamic Family Law in the UK :: Engaging with the Terms of the Marriage Act of 1949