"The Legal Regulation of Migrant Workers, Politics and Identity in Qatar and the United Arab Emirates"
D. Mednicoff, Mehran Kamrava and Zahra Babar, eds. Migrant Labor in the Persian Gulf (Columbia/Hurst, 2012)
"Temporary Workers or Permanent Migrants? The Kafala System and Contestations over Residency in the Arab Gulf States"
N. Lori, Center for Migrations and Citizenship, Ifri (2012)
"National Security and the Legal Status of Migrant Workers: Dispatches from the Arab Gulf"
D. Mednicoff, Western New England Law Review (September 2011)
"National Security and the Management of Migrant Labor: A Case Study of the United Arab Emirates"
N. Lori, Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, Vol. 20, Nos.3-4, (2011)
"The Wrong Friends"
D. Mednicoff, Boston Globe. (January 2011)
"Leaders in Law Review – The Qatar Law Forum 2009"
J. Ames ed., September 2009
Message in a Bottle (from Mecca)
M. Dahlan, published in Arabian Business, Thursday 4th June 2009
Qatar: National Policies - Global Impact
M. Dahlan and P. Laveran-Stiebar, published in The American Lawyer magazine, May 2009
Global Governance - A Prognosis and a Plan
M. Dahlan, "Doha Forum on Democracy, Development and Free Trade", Doha, Qatar, Tuesday 5th May 2009
Islamic Finance, the Credit Crunch, and Beyond
M. Dahlan, Launch of LexisNexis Encyclopedia of Banking Law - New Division: Islamic Financial Institutions and Islamic Finance, London UK, 24 November 2008
"Business Ethics, Global Companies and the Defence Industry: Ethical Business Conduct in BAE Systems Plc – the Way Forward"
Woolf Committee (C.Campbell-Holt, Contributor) (May 2008)
"Humane wars? International Law, Just War Theory and Contemporary Armed Humanitarian Intervention"
D. Mednicoff, Law, Culture and the Humanities. (2006) 2 373-398
Malik Dahlan speaks to Channel News Asia
Malik Dahlan speaks to Channel News Asia from the National University of Singapore's Middle East Institute in May 2011 regarding the Arab Spring: (10/31/2011)
Professor Frank Vogel to attend Islamic Finance Forum hosted by the U.S.–Qatar Business Council, and the Arab Bankers Association of North America
The George Washington University Law School, Washington, D.C. (28 July, 2010, 9 am–12 pm.)