155. Intisar Rabb (Assistant Professor, Boston College Law School)

Intisar A. Rabb is a member of the law faculty at Boston College Law School, where she teaches in the areas of advanced constitutional law, criminal law, and comparative and Islamic law.  She is also a research affiliate at the Harvard Law School Islamic Legal Studies Program and a 2010 Carnegie Scholar, awarded a grant for her research on “Islamic Law and Legal Change: The Internal Critique,” which examines criminal law reform in the Muslim world.  Her research in comparative law and legal history combines a policy-oriented assessment of public values with analyses of various schools of legal interpretation in different systems of law.  She is particularly interested in questions at the intersection of criminal justice, legislative policy, and judicial process in American law and in the law of the Middle East and the wider Muslim world.

http://www.bc.edu/schools/law/fac-staff/deans-faculty/rabb.html

http://www.americanprogress.org/issues/2011/03/rabb_interview.html

 

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