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Gender and Justice in Family Law Disputes
Women, Mediation, and Religious Arbitration
Samia Bano, ed.

Brandeis University Press



Contents

• Foreword—Lisa Fishbayn Joffe
• Introduction: Women, Mediation, and Religious Arbitration: Thinking Through Gender and Justice in Family Law Disputes—Samia Bano
• PART ONE: MEDIATION AND RELIGIOUS ARBITRATION IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
• When Is Mediation Mediatory and When Is It Really Adjudicatory? Religion, Norms, and Decision Making—Lisa Webley
• Agency, Autonomy, and Rights: Muslim Women and Alternative Dispute Resolution in Britain—Samia Bano
• The Growing Alignment of Religion and the Law: What Price Do Women Pay?—Pragna Patel
• Family Law and Mediation in Practice in England and Wales—Sarah Beskine
• Muslim Mediation and Arbitration: Insights from Community and Legal Practice—Saher Tariq
• Do Sharia Councils Meet the Needs of Muslim Women?—Rehana Parveen
• British Muslim Women and Barriers to Obtaining a Religious Divorce—Shaista Gohir and Nazmin Akthar-Sheikh
• PART TWO: MEDIATION AND RELIGIOUS ARBITRATION IN DIFFERENT NATIONAL CONTEXTS
• Religious Arbitration in North America—Wendy Kennett
• A Court of Her Own: Autonomy, Gender, and Women’s Courts in India—Gopika Solanki
• Islamic Community Processes in Australia: An Introduction—Ghena Krayem and Farrah Ahmed
• Faith-Based Family Dispute Resolution in Finnish Mosques: Unfolding Roles and Evolving Practices—Mulki Al-Sharmani, Sanna Mustasaari, and Abdirashid A. Ismail
• Together Forever: Are You Kidding Me? Catholicism, Same-Sex Couples, Disputes, and Dispute Resolution in Italy—Maria Federica Moscati
• About the Contributors
• Index

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