Researcher at the Montreal Centre for International Studies (CÉRIUM) Comparative Law, International Private Law, Positive Law and Religion
Professor Harith Al-Dabbagh is an expert in private comparative law and international private law. Trained as a comparatist and civilian, he conducted his most recent studies on the phenomena relating to legal pluralism, notably the interaction between religious and secular norms. In his opinion, “Even in secular systems, the importance of religion in human communities cannot be ignored”. After teaching law on three continents (Asia, Africa, Europe), Professor Al-Dabbagh settled in Montréal, where he completed his postdoctoral studies before joining the faculty.