This important and engaging lecture focused on a highly significant issue centred on the most important objective in the Noble Qur’ān. The lecture was delivered by Professor Mohamed Salim El-Awa as part of the proceedings of the 2nd training course on “The objectives of the Noble Qur’ān” held in Mohammedia (Morocco) on 4-5 May 2016 (26-27 Rajab 1437H). The course was jointly organised by the Centre for the Study of the Philosophy of Islamic Law (London), the Maqasid Research & Studies Centre (Rabat), and the Department of Islamic Studies, Faculty of Letters & Humanities in Mohammedia. The content of this coherent lecture, addressing a topic of singular importance, includes a comprehensive definition of justice, justice from the Qur’ān text, achieving justice through prohibition of injustice, justice in the stories and parables within the Qur’ān, and justice according to the learned scholars. Despite the time restrictions of the course programme, Professor El-Awa skilfully presented the key elements of the topic, and discussed the different facets. He did the topic justice, presenting it in a systematic and consistent formulation, both organised and robust; a clear indication of a massive scientific effort.