Publications of Faris Nasrallah

Journal Article (3)

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Journal Article
Nasrallah, Faris and Gordon Blanke. 2020. Reflections on the future of arbitration in Dubai and the Middle East. Transnational Dispute Management 2020(4).
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Journal Article
Nasrallah, Faris. 2018. Article 257 of the UAE penal code: inter-jurisdictional conflict and the battleground of arbitration. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 19(1): 334–350.
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Journal Article
Nasrallah, Faris. 2012. Iraq. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 16(1): 197–207.

Issue (3)

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Issue
Lau, Martin, Faris Nasrallah, and Hatem Elliesie (eds.). 2020. Islamic Banking and Finance. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 20.
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Issue
Lau, Martin and Faris Nasrallah (eds.). 2018. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern law: volume 19; 2016-2017. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 19.
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Issue
Lau, Martin and Faris Nasrallah (eds.). 2017. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern law: volume 18; 2013-2015. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 18.

Other (2)

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Other
Nasrallah, Faris. 2019. Bilateral investment treaty overview: United Arab Emirates. Investment Claims. Oxford University Press. http://hdl.handle.net/21.11116/0000-0006-AB6E-F. Accessed 2019.
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Other
Nasrallah, Faris. 2018. The new DIAC rules: Dubai's ascent from regional to global arbitration hub. Investment Claims. Oxford University Press. http://oxia.ouplaw.com/page/New-DIAC-Rules. Accessed February 12, 2018.

Book Review (11)

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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2018. Summaries of UAE court decisions on arbitration 2012-2016 including DIFC court decisions edited by Hassan Arab, Lara Hammoud and Graham Lovett. ICC: ICE Services Publication, 2017. Pp. 180. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 19: 479–481.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2018. Western Sahara: international law, justice and natural resources edited by Damien Kingsbury. London; New York: Routledge, 2016. Pp. 142. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 19: 482–484.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2017. NATO in Afghanistan: fighting together, fighting alone by David P. Auerswald and Stephen M. Saideman. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2014. Pp. 260. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 18: 705–708.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2017. The politics of Islamic law: local elites, colonial authority, and the making of the Muslim state by Iza R. Hussin. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2014. Pp. 351. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 18: 709–712.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2015. The long divergence: how Islamic law held back the Middle East by Timur Kuran. Princeton, New Jersey; Woodstock, Oxfordshire: Princeton University Press, 2011. Pp. 424. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 17: 775–779.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2015. Islam, law and the state in Southeast Asia (3 volume set) by Tim Lindsey and Kerstin Steiner. London, New York: I.B. Tauris, 2012. Pp. 1248. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 17: 780–787.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2012. Claims against Iraqi oil and gas: legal considerations and lessons learned by Rex J. Zedalis. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010. Pp. 251. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 16: 525–528.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2012. United States bilateral free trade agreements: consistencies or conflicts with norms in the Middle East by Mohamed Ramadan Hassanien. Alphen aan den Rijn: Kluwer Law International, 2010. Pp. 312. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 16: 529–530.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2011. Risk management in islamic finance: an analysis of derivatives instruments in commodity markets by Muhammad al-Bashir Muhammad al-Amine. Leiden; Boston: Brill, 2008. Pp. 338. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 15: 369–371.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2011. Introduction to Middle Eastern law by Chibli Mallat. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2007. Pp. 455. Yearbook of Islamic and Middle Eastern Law 15: 372–375.
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Book Review
Nasrallah, Faris. 2010. Representations of Indian Muslims in British colonial discourse by Alex Padamsee. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005. Pp. 266. South Asia Research 30(1): 101–103.
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