The Journal of Islamic Law Review is a peer-reviewed journal. Journal of Islamic Law Review is an annual refereed journal on various contemporary issues pertaining to (Shyariah) Islamic law that are agitating minds of intellectuals having insight in the subject. The thrust areas might be marriage and divorce, khul, succession, guardianship, adoption, maintenance, Islamic criminal law, protection to offenders, compensation to victims, Islamic procedural law, human rights in Islam, environmental law, labour law, revenue law, securities law, legal aspects of Islamic banking and finance, law pertaining to trust and endowments, and other topics that demand re-consideration. In addition to these, articles on harmonization of civil law and Islamic law, which is the most warranted exercise in the contemporary world, will also be welcomed. This has to be noted that articles submitted for publication should have balanced ideas supported with logical reasons. The article should have some original ideas so that it contributes to the existing knowledge and offers fruitful suggestions that can help solving intricate legal problems.