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Annual General Meeting (AGM) and Networking Evening at Norton Rose on 21 March 2013
Guest Speaker Mustafa Hussain
The AML Annual General Meeting (AGM) and election of a new Executive Committee will be held at 6 p.m. on Thursday 21 March 2013 at Auditorium 3, Ground Floor, Norton Rose, 3 More London Riverside, London, SE1 2AQ. Members of AML who would like to serve on the Executive Committee are encouraged to stand for election. The Executive Committee posts comprise:-
2. Co-Vice President
3. Co-Vice President
4. General Secretary
5. Membership and Student Affairs
Join AML and friends for a fantastic fun filled quiz night & fabulous 3 course meal at Haz St Paul's, 34 Foster Lane, St Paul's, London, EC2V 6HD on Saturday 2 March 2013 from 6p.m. onwards. Nearest tube- St Paul's (Central Line).
£25 pp (includes 3 course meal). Max 6 ppl per team.
IMPORTANT NOTE: You will be allocated a team if you do not make an advance group booking. Further, all guests must promptly arrive to be seated at 6 p.m.
Regular updates can be found on our Facebook group page
Speaker: Professor Tariq Ramadan
Professor of Contemporary Islamic Studies at the Oxford University (Oriental Institute, St Antony\'s College) and also teaches at the Oxford Faculty of Theology.
He is Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Islamic Studies, (Qatar) and theUniversity of Malaysia Perlis; Senior Research Fellow at Doshisha University (Kyoto, Japan) and Director of the Research Centre of Islamic Legislation and Ethics (CILE) (Doha, Qatar).
Note: Bookings by reservation through website only and limited places
Members £10, Non-members £20
TMC Advisory Service LTD is proud to sponsor the Association of Muslim Lawyer's Annual Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony. TMC Advisory Service LTD is an unique consultancy firm that offers bespoke advice to national and international clients from influencing the decisions in Downing Street and the White House to Public International Law and Human Rights. Open borders and globalisation means that international law is more and more relevant to individuals and corporations and TMC Advisory can offer the reassurance and solutions needed fast. The services provided include advisory work on legal obligations, public advocacy on foreign policy, international relations issues and strategic advice on public relations campaigns - http://www.tmc-advisory-services.com
National Zakat Foundation is proud to sponsor the Association of Muslim Lawyer's Annual Gala Dinner and Award Ceremony.The National Zakat Foundation is a ground-breaking initiative which aims to utilise Zakat funds and voluntary donations collected in the United Kingdom for the benefit of local, deserving recipients. This includes some of the most vulnerable members of our community, including widows, orphans, refugees, the aged as well as the homeless. The National Zakat Foundation raises awareness about the obligation of paying Zakat, its great importance in empowering the Muslim community and the urgent need for Zakat distribution in the UK. In addition they provide the Muslim community with easily accessible knowledge about Zakat and the means to help implement it accurately - http://www.nzf.org.uk
AML is pleased to announce the Winners of the AML Awards :-
Up and Coming Lawyer Award 2012
Human Rights Lawyer Award 2012
Female Lawyer Award 2012
Lifetime Achievement Award 2012
Dr. Shirin Ebadi, Nobel Laureate and Peace Prize, 2003
Nominations are now CLOSED!
The Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML) has opened for NOMINATIONS for INDIVIDUALS who have made an outstanding public contribution to the legal profession and the wider world. The illustrious Awards will be presented at the Annual Gala Dinner & Awards Ceremony 13th October 2012 (the Ceremony) at The Honourable Society of the Middle Temple
The Association of Muslim Lawyers (AML) expresses its support for the decision of the Court of Appeal in the matter concerning Dr Al-Saffar where Lord Justice Ward, giving the leading judgment, held that a belief that maintenance payments to spouses were "illegitimate or illegal according to Islamic culture" was no defence to orders made in English divorce courts.