Professor (Associate, then Full), 1992 - present, T. C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond (USA).
Attorney, 1992 - 1987, Debevoise & Plimpton (Wall Street Law Firm) (USA).
Attorney, 1987 - 1985, Sullivan & Cromwell (Wall Street Law Firm) (USA).
Visiting Scholar, Fall 1985, Harvard Divinity School (USA).
Visiting Professor, 1984, Washington University in Saint Louis.
Professor (Assistant, then Associate), 1975 - 1983, Texas A&M University (USA).
Commissioner, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, (Appointed by President Obama), June 2011.
Member of Women’s Foreign Policy Group, 2009 - present.
Founder & Chair of the Board of Karamah: Muslim Women lawyers for Human Rights, 1992 - present.
Member of American Bar Association, 1992 - present.
Al-Hibri, A. (2006). Divine justice and the human order: An Islamic perspective. In W. Schweiker, M. Johnson, and K. Jung (Eds.), Humanity before God: Contemporary faces of Jewish, Christian, and Islamic ethics (pp. 238 - 255). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
Al-Hibri, A., & El Habti, R. (Eds.). (2006). Islam. In D. Browning, M. C. Green, & J. Witte Jr. (Eds.), Sex, marriage and family in world religions (pp. 150 - 225). West Sussex: Columbia University Press.
Al-Hibri, A. (2005). The nature of the Islamic marriage: Sacramental, covenantal, or contractual? In J. Witte and E. Ellison (Eds.), Covenant marriage in comparative perspective (pp. 182 - 216). Grand Rapids, Mich. : Eerdmans.
Al-Hibri, A. (2003). An Islamic perspective on domestic violence. Fordham International Law Journal, (27), 195 -224.
Al-Hibri, A. (2001, Fall). Muslim women's rights in the global village: Opportunities and challenges. The Journal of Law and Religion, (15), 37- 66.
Al-Hibri, A. (1999). Islamic and American constitutional law: Borrowing possibilities or a history of borrowing? University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, 1, (3), 492 –527.
Life Achievement Award from the Journal of Law and Religion, 2009.
The State of Virginia First Freedom Award, from the Council for America’s First Freedom, 2007.
Distinguished Educator Award from the University of Richmond, 2004.
Fulbright Scholar Award from the Fulbright Comission, 2001.