The Journal of Sharia and Law is a scientific journal that is regularly published by the College of Law. The first issue of the Journal was published in May 1987 which corresponds to the Tenth anniversary of the establishment of the College of Sharia and Law and the Eleventh anniversary of the founding of the UAE University. The Legal Journal was published on an annual basis for the issues No.1 through No.13. Then, it was published twice per year namely the issues No.14 through No.21. The Issues, No.22 through No.24, were published every three months. More recently, the Issues No.25 up until now were published on a quarterly basis on the following months: January, April; July and October. The Journal publishes qualitative scientific research where the publication and assessment rules are strictly enforced. The research papers are published in three languages (Arabic, English and French). The legal Journal is listed in the International Journals Index, Ulrich ‘Periodicals Directory, under the number 349199 as well as the International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) 1608-1013. Moreover, the journal has been classified and coded in a number of international indices and it is published in three forms: hardcover, CDs & floppy discs, and online on the legal journal website: Journal Sharia and Law.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 2021, Number 88 (2021) Year 35, Issue No. 88 October 2021
Judicial Applications of the Rule “Lesson in Contracts is for the Purposes and Meanings not for the Words and Premises" In the Egyptian Civil Law and the Perspective of the UAE Civil Transactions Law
Dr. Tahani Hamed abu taleb
Cases of Lifting the Swiss Banking Secrecy in Financial Crimes
Dr. Marwa Youssef Elbesiky
The Novel Coronavirus Pandemic between the Theories of Emergency Conditions and Force Majeure and its Impact on Contractual Obligations A comparative Study in Islamic Jurisprudence
Prof. Hosni Mahmoud Abdel Samad
Right to Informational Self-determination as a General Civil Right: Analytical study of the European Regulation for the Protection of Personal Data and the Provisions of European Judiciary
Dr. mohammed Hasson Ali