The Manchester Journal of Transnational Islamic Law & Practice (MJTILP) is announced the call for papers for its forthcoming Volume 18, 2022.
The MJTILP is a peer reviewed journal and indexed on SCOPUS. The journal is available at the www.electronicpublications.org and can also be accessed on HeinOnline. The journal welcomes submission of articles that meet its objectives for consideration with a view to publication.
The journal comprises of three sections:(1) Articles; (2) Recent Developments; and (3) Book Reviews.
The MJTILP is not restricted to any specific field of law and aims to cover a wide range of subjects relevant to Islamic law and practice. Topics of particular interest include: transnational forms of Islamic law; constitutional developments, law reform and application of international lawin the Muslim world; application of Sharia in Muslim or non-Muslim States; accommodation of Muslims in non-Muslim State; comparative practices of Muslim majority States; and intersections between Islamic law and international law or other religious and secular legal systems.
The journal also welcomes reviews of monographs and edited collections published recently on any of the above topics. For book review enquiries, please get in touch with our Book Review Editor Dr Khaled Bashir (firstname.lastname@example.org).
All submissions must be original, unpublished works, and not under consideration elsewhere. All publications are subject to transfer of copyright to the publisher. We are happy to discuss permissions to authors on justifiable grounds.
Editorial correspondence, including submissions to the journal should be made electronically to Editor-in-Chief of the Manchester Journal of Transnational Islamic Law & Practice Dr Ahmad Ghouri via email: email@example.com.
Guidelines for Authors
The journal welcomes submission of articles, recent developments and book reviews for consideration with a view to publication.
The normal word length for article contributions in the journal is between 5000-15000 words. The journal also welcomes shorter contributions (2000-3000 words) for its recent developments section. All book reviews should be between 1000-2000 words.
All submissions are peer reviewed, and it is a requirement that they are original and not previously published elsewhere. Please take a look at our Guidelines for Contributors page for further instructions for authors and an explanation of our peer review process.