Published 4 May 2021
This Paper sets out to provide a brief introduction to the much under-appreciated and under used Islamic dispute resolution (‘IDR’) procedure with a view to explaining how it sits alongside conventional Alternative Dispute Resolution (‘ADR’) methods of dispute resolution. It draws upon the differences and similarities between the two systems. A detailed understanding of the two, it argues, enables one to use IDR dispute resolution processes effectively and efficiently, based on a comprehensive understanding of well-known Islamic legal paradigms, which can prove to be of great utility for the wider ADR community.
This paper will be part of the TDM Special Issue on "Islamic Finance and Dispute Resolution". More information here www.transnational-dispute-management.com/news.asp?key=1832
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T. Mahmood; S. Juss; A. Dowling-Hussey (2021, forthcoming) "Islamic Dispute Resolution versus Conventional Alternative Dispute Resolution"
(TDM, ISSN 1875-4120) May 2021, www.transnational-dispute-management.com
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