Academic Programs 

Preparing Islamic Legal Documents   (AM-639)
January Interession 2009

Focused on skills needed for success in Islamic Chaplaincy and other programs where practical matters of service to Islamic communities, congregations and individuals are important, this course introduces students to a contemporary American condensed version of Ibn al-`Attar's Kitab al-Watha`iq wa'l-sijjilat. The topics under consideration include but are not limited to Islamic legal documents, writing contracts, and completing other legal obligations in the U.S. context. Students will be exposed to practical information and training in the preparation of these documents.

Meeting Day, Time and Dates:
Monday, Jan. 12 through Friday, Jan. 16
9 a.m. to 4 p.m. (Make-up day: Jan. 17)

Imam Talal Eid

Adjunct Professor of Arts of Ministry and Imam and Executive Director of the Islamic Institute of Boston

Contact Information:



Course Syllabus

This syllabus is not yet available.


Hartford Seminary  77 Sherman Street  Hartford, CT  06105   860-509-9500