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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. (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

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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) 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. (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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