Achieving a Participtory Socio-Economic Justice for the Attainment of SDGs: Perspectives from Islamic Law Institution

This paper argues that increasingly, the jurisprudence of Islamic law implies the reality of the need for a paradigm shift in the way things are done before now. The paper would therefore, examine critically, the disruptions of the present state of Public law which is hugely eurocentric and argue the need to ensure a blend of multiple views from other jurisprudences like Islamic law in the definition and construction of public law.