Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology
Vishal Vora is a research fellow at the Department of Law and Anthropology, Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle (Saale) Germany.
He completed his PhD in Law at the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London. His thesis was entitled: The Islamic Marriage Conundrum: Register or Recognise? The legal consequences of the nikah in England and Wales.
- Vora, Vishal and Valentine Le Grice QC. ‘Nikah: Principle and Policy.’ Edited by John Wilson QC. FLBA Family Affairs, Summer 2017, 5659.
- Vora, Vishal. ‘English Marriage Law Discriminates against Minorities – Celebrants Could Change That.’ The Conversation (blog) Read Here
- Vora, Vishal. ‘The Islamic Marriage Conundrum: Register or Recognise? The Legal Consequences of the Nikah in England and Wales’ PhD thesis, SOAS, University of London, 2016.
- Vora, Vishal. ‘Unregistered Muslim Marriage in England and Wales: The Issue of Discrimination through Non-Marriage Declaration.’ In Muslims in the UK and Europe II, edited by Yasir Suleiman and Paul Anderson. 12941. Cambridge University Press, 2016. Read Here
- Vora, Vishal. ‘The Problem of Unregistered Muslim Marriage: Questions and Solutions’ Family Law 46, no.1 (January 2016): 9598.