American Journal of Comparative Law
middle east, Comparative Law, islamic law, comparative studies
When one surveys the field of study at the present time, one cannot deny that the comparative studies of Middle Eastern law which have already been done are of unquestioned worth. They possess the same level of analytical sophistication as is demonstrated in the study of other legal systems. This leads one to the conclusion that whatever value there is in Professor Hill's thesis, she is preaching to the converted.
David F. Forte, The Comparative Lawyer and the Middle East, 26 American Journal of Comparative Law 305 (1978)