Zeeshaan Hashmi (LLM ’16) is the winner of this year’s ILSP Writing Prize on Islamic Law. Hashmi won the prize for his paper, “Unconstitutional Constitutional Amendments or Amending the Unamendable? A Critique of District Bar Association Rawalpindi v. Federation of Pakistan.”
ILSP awards a prize of $1,000 annually to the Harvard Law School student writing the best paper in the field of Islamic law or on the intersection between other religious legal traditions and Islamic law. Papers eligible for consideration will be ones written during the current academic year, addressing any topic in Islamic legal history and theory, Islamic law and society, and Islamic comparative law—including these topics as related to other religious legal traditions.
See the Writing Prizes page on the HLS website for additional information.