This Article shows that both Anglo-American and Islamic legal traditions have been highly sophisticated in supporting advocacy as a doctrine of justice. And both traditions must save this doctrine from distortions that have corroded the doctrine's normative foundation. This comparative study will hopefully provide insights into jurisprudential recesses of each tradition. It might also inform lawyers, judges, and academics of the two traditions, possibly generating mutual respect and learning.
Liaquat A. Khan,
Advocacy Under Islam and Common Law,
San Diego L. Rev.
Available at: https://digital.sandiego.edu/sdlr/vol45/iss2/6