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Bano, S. (2013) Muslim dispute resolution in Britain: towards a new framework of family law governance? In: Maclean, M. and Eekelaar, J. (eds.) Managing Family Justice in Diverse Societies. Oñati International Series in Law and Society (1). Hart Publishing, Oxford, pp. 61-86. ISBN 9781849464000

Bano, S. (2011) The practice of law-making and the problem of forced marriage: what is the role of the Muslim Arbitration Tribunal? In: Gill, A. K. and Sundari, A. (eds.) Forced marriage: introducing a social justice and human rights perspective. Zed Books, London, pp288. ISBN 9781848134621

Bano, S. (2010) Cultural translations and legal conflict: Muslim women and the Shari'a councils in Britain. In: Hellum, A., Ali , S. S. and Griffiths, A. (eds.) From transnational relations to transnational laws: northern European laws at the crossroads. Ashgate, Burlington, pp340. ISBN 9781409418962

Bano, S. (2010) Asking the law questions: agency and Muslim women. In: Sayyid, S. and Vakil, A. (eds.) Thinking through Islamophobia: Global Perspectives. Hurst Publishing. ISBN 9781849040044

Bano, S. (2010) Beyond the sacred and secular: Muslim women, the law and the delivery of justice. In: Banakar, R. (ed.) Rights in context : law and justice in late modern society. Ashgate Publishing, pp. 147-162. ISBN 9781409407393

Bano, S. (2010) Muslim marriage and mahr: the experience of British Muslim women. In: Mehdi, R. and Neilsen, J. S. (eds.) Embedding Mahr in the European Legal System. DJOF Publishing. ISBN 9788757424768

Bano, S. and Patel, P. (2010) R v Zoora (Ghulam) Shah : Judgement. In: Hunter, R., McGlynn, C. and Rackley , E. (eds.) Feminist judgments : from theory to practice. Hart Publishing, pp. 278-291. ISBN 9781849460538

Bano, S. (2010) Tackling 'crimes of honour': evaluating the social and legal responses to combating forced marriages in Britain. In: Idriss, M. M. and Abbas, T. (eds.) Honour, Violence, Women and Islam. Routledge, pp. 201-217. ISBN 9780415565424

Bano, S. (2009) Multicultural interlegality? Negotiating family law in the context of Muslim legal pluralism in the UK. In: Freeman, M. and Napier, D. (eds.) Law and anthropology. Current legal issues (12). OUP, Oxford, pp. 408-429. ISBN 9780199580910 doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199580910.003.0016

Bano, S. (2009) Shariah Councils and the resolution of matrimonial disputes: gender and justice in the 'shadow' of the law. In: Thiara, R. K. and Gill, A. K. (eds.) Violence Against Women in South Asian Communities: Issues for Policy and Practice. Jessica Kingsley Publishers, pp. 182-210. ISBN 9781843106708

Bano, S. (2008) In pursuit of religious and legal diversity: A response to the Archbishop of Canterbury and the Sharia debate in Britain. Ecclesiastical Law Journal, 10. pp. 283-309. ISSN 0956-618X doi: 10.1017/S0956618X08001415

Bano, S. (2008) Shariah Councils and resolving matrimonial disputes: gender and justice in the 'shadow' of law'? In: Gill, A. and Thiara, R. (eds.) Violence against women in South Asian communities. Jessica Kingsley Publishers. ISBN 9781843106708

Bano, S. (2007) Islamic arbitration and human rights in Britain. Journal of Law, Social Justice and Global Development, Special Issue, 1. ISSN 1467-0437

Bano, S. (2007) Muslim family justice and Human Rights: The experience of British Muslim women. Journal of Comparative Law, 1 (4). ISSN 1477-0814

Bano, S. (2005) Standpoint, difference and feminist research. In: Banakar, R. and Travers, M. (eds.) Theory and Method in Socio-Legal Research. Hart, Oxford. ISBN 9781841136264

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