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SJD Candidate Arafa to Present at Hamline University
Adjunct Professor Mohamed Arafa presented and moderated a panel during the 21st annual symposium “Emerging Voices in Islamic Jurisprudence” at Hamline University School of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, September 28 and 29, 2012.
Professor Arafa, who is an Adjunct Professor of Law (teaching Islamic Law) at IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law, will moderate the panel titled “Islamic Law and its Effect on Islamic Communities.”
Professor Arafa’s recent work “Corruption and Bribery in Islamic Law: Are Islamic Ideals Being Met in Practice?” was published by Golden Gate Annual Survey of International and Comparative Law (Spring 2012).
Professor Arafa is Assistant Professor of Criminal Law and Criminal Justice at Alexandria University Faculty of Law in Egypt, and an SJD candidate at IU McKinney.