SHARIAsource StackLife is a compilation of the Islamic law related volumes at the Harvard Law School Library, organized in a new way for a different browsing experience. Project Team: Aslihan Bulut, Paul Deschner, Intisar Rabb
Country Profiles offers succinct overviews and resources for each country’s legal history, institutional structures, and legal status of Islamic law (sharīʿa). Project Lead: Aslihan Bulut
The Islamic Law Teaching Project houses collections of syllabi and other teaching material for Islamic law courses taught primarily in law schools of the US and UK. Project Lead: Intisar Rabb
The Nigeria Papers are a collection of legislative and judicial materials on criminal law from the Sharīʿa courts of Northern Nigeria, compiled by a team of Nigerian and US lawyers and scholars. Lead Editor: Philip Ostien. [coming soon]
The Indigo Book is a citation manual published by Public Resource, Inc., that provides an "open and compatible implementation of a uniform system of citation." It is open source / public domain and unaffiliated with The Bluebook® A Uniform System of Citation®.
The Islamic Bioethics Project at Georgetown University in Qatar combines materials at the intersection of bioethics and Islamic law, and includes a database on Islamic Medical and Scientific Ethics with resources from a broad spectrum of Islamic literature on biomedical ethics.