1. General requirementsa.

Accepted articles are articles that have never been published in any journal in the form of or are not in accepted status for publicationb. Articles in the form of research results in the field of Sharia Economic Law which include sharia economic law, jurisprudence, Islamic law, and sharia economics which have not been listedc. The article is accompanied by a statement of authenticity from the author stating that the article written is really his own work and does not contain plagiarism.

2. Writing systema.

Articles consist of 5,000 to 8,000 words, typed with single spacing on A4 size paper with Times New Roman font size 11 and use foot notes. Articles to be published should be in good Indonesian and English.b. The structure of the article consists of: Title, Author's Name, Abstract (Language and English), Keywords (maximum 5), Introduction, Literature Review (if research results), Research Methods, Results and Discussion, Conclusion/Conclusion, Acknowledgments (optional) and Reference List. c. Article Writing Provisions:c. Article Writing Provisions:a. Title: consists of 10-15 wordsb. Name of Author: written without a title, accompanied by the name and address of the institution, along with the correspondence emailc. Abstracts are written in Indonesian and English, consisting of 100-250 words and containing: background (if any), objectives, methods (brief), results, and conclusionsd. Keywords are written in Indonesian and English, a maximum of 5 wordse. Introduction: contains the conditions or problems that underlie or inspire the implementation of research activities, previous data/studies that support research from other papers from journals in the last 5 years, write gap analysis/gap statements with previous research, and paragraphs the last one contains objectives (does not contain a theoretical review) which are written explicitly.6) Research Methods: describes the methods used to solve problems, including types of research, research objects, data collection techniques, and data analysis7) Results and Discussion: The results explain the findings (what/how) of the processed data which can be in the form of explanations, tables and pictures that are easy to understand. While the discussion (why) explains the results obtained by explaining the facts clearly, as well as explaining the compatibility and contradiction with the results of other studies which are marked by the existence of other literature that is able to present research implications, both practically and theoretically.8) Conclusion: Conclusions must be able to provide answers to the objectives and problems that exist in the research (article), so the writer must explain clearly and honestly about the data obtained9) Reference List: Reference list is written according to the American Psychological Association (APA) 5th model. References are shown with updates to justify originality or novelty (last 5 years). Literature primary strives for a minimum of 80% of primary literature or scientific journals. Authors are encouraged to use reference management applications (Mendeley, Zotero, and EndNote).