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Prof. Esmael Lawas Al-Issawy Professor Academic RankProfessor

Specialization:

  • Comparative jurisprudence

Research Interests:

  • Contemporary Jurisprudence (Transactions), Jurisprudential Eventualities

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1992 : Ph.D. in Comparative Jurisprudence (Grade: Excellent, 92%) - University of Baghdad, College of Islamic Sciences. 1985: M.A. in Comparative Jurisprudence (Grade: Very Good, 85%) - University of Baghdad, College of Shari’a. 1980 :B.A. in Shari’a and Islamic Studies (Grade: Excellent, 93.5%) - University of Baghdad, College of Shari’a.
• Assistant Lecturer, Higher Institute for the Preparation of Muslim Imams and Preachers (19986-1988). • Lecturer, College of Shari’a, University of Baghdad (1985-1988). • Assistant Professor, College of Education, University of Sanaa (Al-Hodeida Campus), Yemen (1992-1995). • Assistant Professor, College of Education, University of Sanaa (Amran Campus), Yemen (1995). • Assistant Professor, College of Shari’a, University of Al-Ahqaf, Hadramawt, Yemen (12/111995-13/62002). • Associate Professor, College of Shari’a, University of Al-Ahqaf, Hadramawt, Yemen (13/6/2002-10/7/2002) • Associate Professor, College of Education, University of Sohar, Sultanate of Oman (2002-1/9/2005). • Associate Professor, College of Shari’a and Islamic Studies, University of Sharjah, UAE. • Professor, College of Shari’a and Islamic Studies, University of Sharjah, UAE.
I authored or co-authored (23) research papers in my area of specialization which have been published or accepted for publication in refereed journals. These include the following: • Plastic surgery as viewed from the Islamic jurisprudence perspective (Co-authored by Arif Hussein Al-Amiri) Accepted for publication in Al-Sirat Journal, College of Islamic Studies, Algiers (25/10/2016) • Life insurance and its impact on inheritance (Co-authored by Ahmed Al-tamimi) Accepted for publication in Journal of Shari’ah and Legal Sciences, University of Sharjah (15/10/2016) • Elucidation of branches of jurisprudence on linguistic foundations (Co-authored by Othman Zamiriyyah) . Published in Journal of College of Islamic Sciences (Vol.12), Iraqi University (2016) • Arbitration in Islamic Judicature for resolving civil and criminal disputes: A juristic study. Published in Jordanian Journal of Islamic Studies 8/1 (2012). • Rules of expounding Islamic legal opinions on television channels. Journal of Shari’a and Islamic Studies, Vol. 86, University of Kuwait , (2011) • Shari’a rulings on employing maids and servants. Journal of Shari’a and Islamic Studies, Vol. 12. University of Qatar (2010) • Residence of Muslims in a non-Muslim country: A study in light of Islamic Jurisprudence. Journal of Shari’ah and Legal Sciences, Vol.5/1, University of Sharjah (2008).
1. Judgements on Treaties in Islamic Jurisprudence. Al-Rushd Publishers (2016) 2. Studies on Contemporary Issues in Jurisprudence. Al-Rushd Publishers (2015) 3. Jurisprudence of Acts of Worship (Coo-authored by Dr. Ahmed Shlaibak). University of Sharjah (2014) 4. Judgements on Acts of Disgrace in Islamic Jurisprudence. Al-Rushd Publishers (2014).
I have supervised (6) Ph.D. theses and (20) M.A. dissertations. These include the following: • Combating discrimination and hatred in Islamic jurisprudence: A comparative study (Ph.D.thesis) – Ali Mohammed Saif al-‘Itr (2016). • Rule of collaboration and its impact on financial transactions: An applied origins-finding study (Ph.D. thesis) – hamad al-Kamali (2015). • State responsibility in market management and its risks in the UAE: a comparative jurist study(Ph.D. thesis) – Abdulrahman Salman al-Hammadi (2015). • Non-stipulated, discretionary punishments and their implementation as stated in the law on nutrition and medicine in Kuwait. (M.A. dissertation) – Zainab al-Mutairi. (2015) • Hysterectomy of mentally or physically handicapped women as viewed from the perspective of Islamic jurisprudence. – (M.A. dissertation) – Noor al-Nu’aimi (2014) • Judgements pertaining to rumors in Islamic jurisprudence. (M.A. dissertation) Omaima Ja’moor. (2014). • Judicial separating between spouses in the Bengali Personal Status Law: A comparative jurist study. (M.A. dissertation) Abdulsalam Said (2014). • Criteria of ritual impurity as viewed by the Imam al-Shawkani. (M.A. dissertation) Turki al-Qahtani (2013). • Financial effects of separation between spouses in Islamic jurisprudence and Emirati Law: a comparative study. (M.A. dissertation) Jamal Inrahim Mohammed (2011). • Judgements on releasing someone from responsibility as stated in Islamic jurisprudence and Federal Civil Transactions Law (2011).  I have also participated in the viva voce examinations of (20) Ph.D. and M.A. theses.
• University of Sharjah’s Annual Faculty Award in the area of University Service and Community Service ( 2014/2015; 2010/2011). • University of Sharjah’s Annual Faculty Award in the area of Scientific Research (2009/2010). • University of Sharjah’s Award for Best Research Paper in Shari’ah Sciences and Humanities, 5th Scientific Forum, May 2009.
• I have participation in (61) radio and television programs and interviews in several national and Arab radio and television channels including the following: - Sharjah Radio Station - Sharjah Television Channel - Umm al-Quwain Radio Station - Sama Dubai Television Channel - Yemen Television Channel - Oman Television Channel - Al-Arabiyya Television Channel - CNBC (‘Arabiyya) Television Channel
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