The Islamic Law entry contains six subentries, an overview of Islamic law, discussion of the sources and methodology of the law, the genres of legal literature, legal and ethical qualifications, spheres of the law, and transmission and authenticity of the reports from the prophet. For discussion of the schools of Islamic law, see Islamic Schools of Sacred Law. There are plenty of others, which may be helpful so do explore!
Alternative name: OIELH
The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History is the online version of the Oxford International Encyclopedia of Legal History (edited by S.N. Katz et al) published by OUP in 2009.
The School of Oriental and African Studies in London is the leading English centre for the study of both Islamic law and countries with an Islamic legal system. You can search their catalogue online, then consider a visit (please read the details of how to apply for admission).
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