Barry University School of Law associate professor Nadia B. Ahmad recently collaborated on an article featured in the Washington Post about misconceptions on wearing a hijab.
Professor Ahmad co-authored the article with University of Wisconsin professor Asifa Quraishi-Landes in an effort to dispel common myths about the hijab in the media. They contrast experiences related to wearing hijab and its significance not only to Muslim women but to men as well.
The article is available on the Washington Post website.
Professor Ahmad has published over 30 scholarly articles and book chapters; her research includes the intersections of energy sitting, environment, and sustainable development and draws on international investment law and corporate social responsibility. She currently serves as Vice Chair of the ABA Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice’s Environmental Justice Committee and the ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources' Superfund and Natural Resource Damages Litigation Committee.
Professor Ahmad, who joined Barry University School of Law in 2015, teaches Property, Business Organizations, Energy Law, and Environmental Law. Professor Ahmad’s most recent publications and working papers are available on the Social Science Network.