Cookies

We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Otherwise, we'll assume you're OK to continue.

Islam, Law and Modernity

Research

Authored book

Book review

Chapter in book

Conference Paper

  • Bohlander, Michael (2018), Commodification of Justice – A personal view on managerial performance indicators in the judicial context, in al-Qasimi, Mohammed eds, Contemporary Trends in Justice Systems. United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) Press.
  • Hann, M. & Panepinto, A. (2013), Rights Recognition Theories and the European Human Rights Framework: A Conversation between Political Philosophy and Human Rights Law, North East PGR Law Forum Conference ‘Critical, Reflective Analyses of Law in Contemporary Society’. School of Law, Northumbria University, Newcastle, England, (Awarded 'Best Paper' prize.), School of Law, Northumbria University, Newcastle.
  • Panepinto, A. (2013), Is it Safe for Transitologists to Travel to the Middle East? And what should they bring with them?,, PGR Conference of the Human Rights Centre and Law & Conflict at Durham. Durham Law School, Durham University, UK, Durham Law School, Durham University.
  • Panepinto, A. (2013), Localising Transitional Justice in Islamic Settings: The Challenges for International Lawyers ‘doing’ Comparative Law, Fifth annual conference of the Irish Society of Comparative Law (ISCL). NUI Galway, Ireland, NUI Galway.
  • (2013), Transitional Justice for Islamic Settings: Concepts, Methods and Ways Forward, Annual Society of Legal Scholars Conference (SLS) - Comparative Law Section. University of Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh.
  • (2013), Tilting at Windmills with Islamic Law? A critical discussion of the employment of shari’ah as a means of resistance to authoritarianism in post-Mubarak Egypt, Critical Legal Conference. Queen's University Belfast Queen's University Belfast.
  • Panepinto, A. (2012), Gender Equality in the Workplace: Exploring the Hidden Traps, The First Conference of the United Arab Emirates Gender and Women’s Studies Consortium (sponsored by the American University of Sharjah and the University of Southern Maine). AUS, Sharjah, UAE, AUS, Sharjah.
  • Panepinto, A. (2012), Developing the Rule of Law and Human Rights through Transitional Justice: Dealing with Post-Authoritarianism in the Middle East and North Africa, Annual Student Conference: Dealing with the Past: Human Rights and Transitional Justice. Human Rights Law Centre, Nottingham University, Nottingham, England, Human Rights Law Centre, Nottingham University.
  • Panepinto, A (2011), Exploring Transitional Justice and Islamic Law While Ticking the Human Rights Boxes, Durham University Human Rights Centre Workshop. Durham, England, Durham.
  • Panepinto, A. (2011), Transitional Justice Mechanisms in Islamic Contexts, Pre-Conference MPhil / PhD Workshop, The International Law Association - British Branch Annual Conference. University of Sheffield, England, University of Sheffield.
  • Panepinto, A. (2011), Transitional Justice in Islamic Settings, 2nd Symposium of the Young Penalists/Jeunes Pénalistes de l’Association Internationale de Droit Pénal (AIDP). Centre d’Études Juridiques et Politiques de l’Université de La Rochelle, France. Centre d’Études Juridiques et Politiques de l’Université de La Rochelle.
  • Panepinto, A. (2009), Faithful to Humans: Combining International Human Rights Standards and the Fundamental Principles of Islamic Law, Israeli Law and Society Association International Conference: Secularism, Nationalism and Human Rights: Law and Politics in the Middle East and Europe. Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv University.

Doctoral Thesis

  • Hayward, A (2013). Judicial Discretion in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home. PhD: 265.

Edited book

Edited Sources, Research Data Sets, and Databases

  • Hayward, A (2017). Income, troubles and legal family formats in the UK: England and Wales. Waaldijk, K, The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples. INED.
  • Hayward, A (2017). Migration and legal family formats in the UK: England and Wales. Waaldijk, K The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples. INED.
  • Hayward, A (2017). Death and legal family formats in the UK: England and Wales. Waaldijk, K The LawsAndFamilies Database – Aspects of legal family formats for same-sex and different-sex couples. INED.

Journal Article

Manual

Newspaper/Magazine Article

Other (Digital/Visual Media)

  • Fenwick, H & Hayward, A (2017). Equal Civil Partnerships: Implications of Strasbourg’s latest ruling for Steinfeld and Keidan. UK Human Rights Blog.
  • Edgar, I. (2016). Islamic State and Dream Warfare. Sustainable Security
  • Hayward, A (2014). Conscious Uncoupling and the Sanitisation of Divorce. The Conversation
  • Grozdanova, R., Panepinto, A. & Tzouvala, K. (2013). In Defence of a More Sophisticated and Nuanced Approach To Abortion: A Response to Gregor Puppinck. EJILTalk!: blog of the European Journal of International Law
  • Hayward, A (2010). The Fairness in Enforcing a Broken Promise: Radmacher v Granatino and Prenuptial Agreements. Human Rights in Ireland
  • Hayward, A (2010). The Gender Dimension of Prenuptial Agreements: Radmacher v Granatino. Inherently Human
  • Hedayati-Kakhki, M. (2009). Futility of Lawful Appeal in the Iranian Election Crisis. Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty
  • Hayward, A (2009). Cohabitation in England and Wales: Lessons from Ireland? Human Rights in Ireland

Presentation

  • Hayward, A (2017), Which Relationships? Which Legal Forms? The Protection of the Parent-Child Relationship in England and Wales, Procreating, Fostering and Passing on: Adults and Children in Post-Modern Societies. Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
  • Hayward, A & Fenwick, H (2017), Reforming Civil Partnerships in England and Wales: Reflections on Steinfeld, International Society of Family Lawyers World Conference. Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Hayward, A. (2016), Cohabitation Disputes and the Reimagining of Proprietary Estoppel, Association of Law, Property and Society. Queen's University Belfast, Belfast
  • Hayward, A (2016), Alternative Family Forms in England and Wales, Il diritto di famiglia tra modelli tradizionali e nuove declinazioni: Esperienze a confronto. Bocconi University, Milan, Italy.
  • Hayward, A (2015), The Future of Civil Partnerships, The Society of Legal Scholars Annual Conference. York Law School, United Kingdom.
  • Hayward, A (2015), Towards a Concept of Family Property in England and Wales, Centre for Private Law Seminar Series. Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Hayward, A (2014), Achieving Social Justice in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home: The Case for Structured Discretion, Newcastle Forum for Human Rights and Social Justice Seminar Series. Newcastle Law School.
  • Hayward, A. (2014), Judicial Discretion in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home, Association of Law, Property and Society. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada.
  • Hayward, A. (2013), Half a Century of Morals and Marriage - Fifty Years Ahead of its Time or Two Hundred Years Out of Date? - A Response, Lord Devlin Golden Jubilee Lecture. Centre for Catholic Studies, Durham.
  • Hayward, A (2013), The Process and Potential of Familialisation of Property Law, Trusts of the Family Home and the Frontiers of Family Property: Domestic and Comparative Perspectives, Modern Law Review Seminar Series. Durham Law School.
  • Hayward, A (2010), Contextualising Home: The Devil's in the Detail, Modern Studies in Property Law. University of Oxford.
  • Hayward, A (2010), Uncovering the Identity of the Family Home: Recent Trends in Ownership Disputes over the Family Home in England and Wales, Association of Law, Property and Society. Georgetown Law School, Washington DC, USA.
  • Hayward, A. (2008), Trusts of the Family Home: Legislative Intervention or Judicial Innovation?, Institute for Commercial and Corporate Law, Durham, United Kingdom.
  • Bohlander, Michael (2004), The Transfer of Cases from International Criminal Tribunals to National Courts, International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (official website), 40.

Report

Translated Book