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Middle Eastern Law Toolbox
Welcome to LexisNexis Middle Eastern Law Toolbox, our bazaar which highlights legal content of particular Middle Eastern nations in our database.
New to working in the region? Our Guide to International Legal Research chapter on the Middle East may help you get oriented!
In addition to the texts to which direct links are set forth below, our Multi-Jurisdictional Surveys have entries concerning Discovery Rules, Energy- Carbon Trading, International Arbitration/ Dispute Resolution, International Bankruptcy Filing Requirements, and Minority Shareholder Rights for the following countries in this region: Israel, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Turkey. Just click on the link above and select your topic with the Middle Eastern link.
You may also wish to review the Lex Mundi Multi-Jurisdictional Surveys with country-specific entries from the local Lex Mundi law firms on a variety of different commercial and financial law topics.
Need legal analysis on Shari'a Law? We offer the following print resources through our sister companies that may provide some general guidance and comparative perspective:
NEW ONLINE SOURCE FOR MIDDLE EAST LAWS
Lexis® Middle East Law is the single point of online access in English and Arabic to the laws, and cases of the United Arab Emirates plus the legal news and commentaries of the wider Middle East.
With the needs and requirements of the legal practitioners in mind, the specialist regional legal expertise of SADER Publishers (first established 1863) and the online search technology and relevant content of international legal publishers LexisNexis have been combined to create easy online access.
Lexis® Middle East Law is an easily searchable and browseable online service providing access to amended legislation, case summaries and commentary on the law of the United Arab Emirates – and supporting current awareness/overviews of the wider Middle East region.
The Latest New Title from Raj Bhala - "Understanding Islamic Law"
The first 11 chapters of "Understanding Islamic Law" give the essential foundational materials for the study of Islamic Law. The remaining chapters cover several other pertinent fields: banking and finance, contracts, criminal law, family law, and property.
Understanding Islamic Law also:
· Includes Arabic terms, in English, with diacritical marks to assist in pronunciation;
· Provides A Glossary of Arabic Terms; and
· Incorporates recent developments such as the burkha ban in France.
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United Arab Emirates
View of The Gulf of Eilat(Aqaba) near Eilat, Israel and Aqaba, Jordan