The entire Call for Papers of Transnational Dispute Management (TDM) the can be found here:

About the special:

Disputes arising out of Islamic finance have been in many cases referred to litigations by the parties involved leading to unsatisfactory outcomes due to the failure of the courts, especially in the Western world, concerned to apply the Sharia’h (Islamic law) principles as agreed by the parties in their contract, or due to their misconceptions of the Sharia’h. As the popularity of Islamic finance is on the rise in both Islamic and non-Islamic countries, so will be the differences in understanding the Islamic rules and principles applicable to such transactions between diverse parties giving rise to multifarious types of dispute on the international level. Besides, there also arises the debate about the suitability of the various methods of resolution of Islamic finance disputes such as litigation, arbitration, mediation, conciliation, etc. Various other issues relating to Islamic finance disputes, including in the context of the growing Islamic Fintech, may arise which demand serious considerations.

Time line and submission guidelines:

  • Deadline for proposals: 30 September 2020
  • Deadline for full papers: 15 December 2020

Proposals, along with authors‘ profiles (150-200 words) should be submitted to the editor:

Professor Dr A F M Maniruzzman

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