Clark Lombardi

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UW Law Foundation Professor of Law
Director of Islamic Legal Studies
Professor of Law

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  • Jun 19, 2017

    Source: Snopes

    Sharia, a set of guiding moral principles derived from the teachings of the Prophet Mohammed, is inseparable from the practice of Islam. Indeed, it covers every aspect of Muslim life, according to Clark Lombardi, director of Islamic legal studies at the University of Washington School of Law. (6/19/17)
  • Jan 27, 2017

    Source: Talk Media News

    Two Islamic law experts analyze the draft of a Syrian constitution circulated by Russian negotiators. (1/27/17)
  • Mar 25, 2014

    Source: The World Today

    A court has sentenced more than 500 people to death for their involvement in riots which killed a police officer. The defendants are supporters of the former Egyptian president Mohammed Morsi, who was ousted by the military late last year. Defence lawyers say it's the largest mass death sentence in the country's modern history.
     
    Professor Clark Lombardi is a specialist on law in the Muslim world at the University of Washington Law School and says this ruling is one of many harsh responses by Egypt's interim military government to supporters of the former president.
    (3/25/14)
  • Jul 24, 2013

    Source: Seattle Weekly

     A controversy in Concrete, Washington brews after a teacher is accused of anti-Islam speech in the classroom. Lombardi, an expert on Shariah (Islamic law), comments that U.S. courts have not incorporated Shariah into their decisions, despite claims to the contrary by anti-Islamic groups. (7/24/13)

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