7th Asian Law Institute Conference — Law in a Pluralist Asia: Challenges and Prospects

Date(s) of Conference:

May 25-26, 2010


Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws
International Islamic University Malaysia
Jalan Gombak, 53100 Kuala Lumpur


There are very few parts of the world today that are homogenous – diversity and pluralism are the norm. Our differences enrich us, yet these very differences remain critical fault lines that can destroy us if not sensitively managed. The globalization phenomenon of the late 20th century, spurred in part by instant communication and enhanced mobility, has also added to the challenges and prospects of pluralism with external events exercising greater influence domestically. The organizers of the 7th ASLI Conference, the International Islamic University Malaysia have appropriately chosen “Law in a Pluralist Asia: Challenges and Prospects” as the theme for the 2010 ASLI Conference.

Contact Information:

7th ASLI Conference Secretariat
c/o Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore
Eu Tong Sen Building
469G Bukit Timah Road
Singapore 259776
(65) 6516 7499



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