Al-Ahkam Jurnal Ilmu Syari'ah dan Hukum represents a publication that has undergone a double-blind peer review process and is published by the Faculty of Sharia at the State Islamic University Raden Mas Said Surakarta. It is issued biannually, specifically in the months of June and December. The journal provides immediate open access to all its content, with the aim of facilitating research accessibility for the general public and thereby supporting broad knowledge exchange. We also extend opportunities for international authors to contribute to this journal.

Al-Ahkam Jurnal Ilmu Syari'ah dan Hukum reflect the research scope and primary topics of interest within that field. The following are some points that may be covered in the focus and scope of a Sharia and Law journal:

Research Focus

  • Islamic Law: Discussing aspects of law in Islam, including family law, economic law, criminal law, and examining Islamic legal practices in society.
  • Islamic Legal Thought: Examining the thoughts of scholars and the philosophy of Islamic law.
  • Comparative Law: Comparing the Islamic legal system with other legal systems or analyzing the comparison between Islamic legal principles and positive law.

Journal Scope

  • Empirical Research: Involving field research, surveys, or case studies to explore empirical data related to Islamic law.
  • Theoretical Analysis: Exploring and analyzing theoretical and philosophical concepts of Islamic law.
  • Methodology Development: Presenting innovations or new developments in research methodology applicable to Sharia and Law.
  • Contemporary Aspects: Addressing contemporary issues related to Islamic law, such as human rights issues, technology, economics, and others.
  • Legal Education: Discussing aspects of education in Sharia and Law, including curriculum development, teaching methods, and educational evaluation.


  • Islamic Family Law: Examining legal aspects related to marriage, divorce, inheritance, and other family rights in the context of Islam.
  • Islamic Economic Law: Discussing legal principles related to Islamic economics, including financial transactions, zakat, and economic justice.
  • Islamic Criminal Law: Investigating legal aspects related to crimes, punishments, and criminal principles in Islam.