Amal Idrissi is a professor in law and political science at the University of Moulay Ismail, Meknes, Morocco. She received her Ph.D. in Law and Political Science from the University Hassan II in Casablanca. She was a researcher for the Project FRAME (Fostering Human Rights among European Policies). She has published several works on religion and law, women in the Muslim world, and women and the Shariah. Among her works are:
"Morocco", in Encyclopedia of Law and Religion (with T. Jeremy Gunn), Ed. By Gerhard Robbers, Brill NV, Online , 2015.
"Au racines de la séparation de la religion et de l’Etat dans le monde arabe au XIXe siècle", in Annuaire Droit et Religion, Presses Universitaires d’Aix-Marseille,
"Les partis politiques et référenciel religieux cas du PJD, instrumentalisation ou normalisation ?" Chapter in Religions and Constitutional Transitions in the Muslim Mediterranean: The Pluralistic Moment by Ashgate Publishing Ltd, Wey Court East, Union Road, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7PT, England 2016.
"Wearing the Hijab : Some Reflections from a Muslim Woman’s Perspective", in Islam, Europe and Emerging Legal Issues, ed. W. Cole Durham, et al, Surrey, UK : Ashgate, 2012.