Introduction & Aim

The Journal of Contemporary Islamic Law was established in 2016 with the aim of promoting the study and research of Islamic law and its contemporary applications. With a double-blind peer review policy in place, the journal provides a platform for academics, scholars, and researchers to share their insights, research findings, and opinions on various aspects of Islamic law and its impact on modern societies. This policy ensures the quality and integrity of its publications by providing a fair and objective assessment of each article submitted for publication.

The journal’s focus on contemporary issues and its multilingual publication in Malay, English, and Arabic offers a diverse and insightful perspective on Islamic law and its role in shaping the legal systems of various societies. The journal’s emphasis on interdisciplinary research and collaboration between scholars from different fields provides a nuanced and comprehensive understanding of the complex relationship between Islamic law and its broader social, political, and economic context.

The Journal of Contemporary Islamic Law provides a valuable resource for scholars, students, and professionals interested in Islamic law. Its unique focus on contemporary issues, multilingual publication, and interdisciplinary approach sets it apart from other academic journals in this field, and it is a must-read for anyone looking to gain a deeper understanding of Islamic law and its impact on modern societies.