This study aims to examine legal mechanisms that have been employed to modernise Jordan's family law No 36 of 2010. It can be noted that Jordan's family law has been amended frequently and noticeably in last 80 years. Many new amendments to this law have been taken place with the aim of addressing issues of the family life and marital relationship as well as protecting and supporting rights of women and children in particular. The researcher seeks to investigate the extent to which legal amendments to Jordan's family law have made a real progress in promoting the application of this law as well as dealing with issues of the family life in line with the guideline of Islamic law.
Al-Duwairi, Orwa Nasser
"Legal Mechanisms Employed in Modernising Islamic Family Law -The Case Study of Jordan-,"
Jordan Journal of Islamic Studies: Vol. 14
, Article 19.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/jois/vol14/iss3/19