Publications

Journal Article (5)

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Journal Article
Vora, Vishal. 2020. The continuing Muslim marriage conundrum: the law of England and Wales on religious marriage and non-marriage in the United Kingdom. Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs 40(1): 148–162.
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Journal Article
Fisher, Miranda, Shabana Saleem, and Vishal Vora. 2018. Islamic marriages: given the independent review into the application of Sharia law in England and Wales, what is the way forward? Family Law: 552–557.
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Journal Article
Le Grice QC, Valentine and Vishal Vora. 2017. Nikah: principle and policy. FLBA Family Affairs 2017(Summer): 56–59.
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Journal Article
Dequen, Jean-Philippe and Vishal Vora. 2016. The Islamic marriage conundrum symposium: an introduction. Family Law 46(1): 86–86.
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Journal Article
Vora, Vishal. 2016. The problem of unregistered Muslim marriage: questions and solutions. Family Law 46(1): 95–98.

Book Chapter (3)

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Book Chapter
Mustasaari, Sanna and Vishal Vora. 2020. Wellbeing, law and marriage: recognition of Nikah in multicultural Britain and the Finnish welfare state. In: Marja Tiilikainen, Mulki Al-Sharmani, and Sanna Mustassari (eds.). Wellbeing of transnational Muslim families: marriage, law and gender. Studies in Migration and Diaspora. London; New York: Routledge, pp. 39–58.
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Book Chapter
Vora, Vishal. 2019. Unregistered Muslim marriages in the United Kingdom. In: Norbert Oberauer, Yvonne Prief, and Ulrike Qubaja (eds.). Legal pluralism in Muslim contexts. Studies in Islamic Law and Society 49. Leiden: Brill, pp. 43–62.
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Book Chapter
Vora, Vishal. 2016. Unregistered Muslim marriages in England and Wales: the issue of discrimination through 'non-marriage' declarations. In: Yasir Suleiman and Paul Anderson (eds.). Muslims in the UK and Europe II. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 129–141.

Other (4)

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Other
Soliman, Hadeer and Vishal Vora. 2018. Roundtable on Islamic family law in the UK: the move toward cohabitation; Islamic marriage in England and Wales. Islamic Law Blog. https://islamiclaw.blog/2018/08/23/roundtable-on-islamic-family-law-in-the-uk-the-move-toward-cohabitation-islamic-marriage-in-england-and-wales/. Accessed August 23, 2018.
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Other
Vora, Vishal. 2018. Roundtable on Islamic family law in the UK: the need for an efficient mechanism to marry (Akhter v. Khan, July 2018). SHARIAsource. https://shariasource.blog/2018/08/23/roundtable-on-islamic-family-law-in-the-uk-the-need-for-an-efficient-mechanism-to-marry-akhter-v-khan-july-2018/. Accessed August 23, 2018.
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Other
Vora, Vishal. 2018. Roundtable on Islamic family law in the UK: the need for an efficient mechanism to marry (Akhter v. Khan, July 2018). Islamic Law Blog. https://islamiclaw.blog/2018/08/23/roundtable-on-islamic-family-law-in-the-uk-the-need-for-an-efficient-mechanism-to-marry-akhter-v-khan-july-2018/. Accessed August 23, 2018.
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Other
Vora, Vishal. 2017. English marriage law discriminates against minorities: celebrants could change that. The Conversation. http://theconversation.com/english-marriage-law-discriminates-against-minorities-celebrants-could-change-that-73943. Accessed July 28, 2017.

Book Review (4)

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Book Review
Vora, Vishal. 2016. Muslim families, politics and the law: a legal industry in multicultural Britain by Ralph Grillo. Child and Family Law Quarterly 28(3): 281–283.
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Book Review
Vora, Vishal. 2012. The challenges of justice in diverse societies: constitutionalism and pluralism; Meena K. Bhamra. Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 28: 82–83.
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Book Review
Vora, Vishal. 2008. Bewigged and bewildered?: a guide to becoming a barrister in England and Wales; Adam Kramer. Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 22(2): 201–202.
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Book Review
Vora, Vishal. 2008. Christian citizens in an Islamic state: the Pakistan experience; Theodore Gabriel. Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law 22(3): 279–280.
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