The Journal of Contemporary Islamic Law takes excellent care in ensuring the quality and accuracy of its publications. However, it is essential to note that the responsibility for the content published in the journal rests solely with the author(s) of the article. The journal, its owners, publishers, editors, reviewers, and staff take no responsibility for the accuracy, authenticity, or validity of the statements, findings, observations, opinions, or any other material published in the journal.

The journal is committed to maintaining its publications’ highest ethical and academic standards. It follows a rigorous peer-review process to ensure that the articles published are of the highest quality and meet the standards of academic integrity. However, it is ultimately the author’s responsibility to ensure that their articles meet these standards and do not contain any errors, inaccuracies, or misleading information.

The journal encourages its authors to disclose any conflicts of interest or potential biases that may influence their research findings or opinions. The journal also reserves the right to retract or correct any published articles that are found to contain errors or inaccuracies or that breach the ethical standards of academic publishing.