July 9th–11th, 2019Ibis Style Hotel

SHALIC

Sharia and Law International Conference
"Rethinking Islamic Law Roles in Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs)"

DESCRIPTION

Sharia and Law International Conference (SHALIC) will take place in Bandung – Indonesia on July 9-11, 2019. The international conference is the premier forum hosted by Faculty of Sharia and Law , UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung. The conference will bring together researchers, policy makers and practitioners to discuss and share issues, new advances and research results in all aspects of Sharia and Law. The Shalic 2019 main theme is Rethinking Islamic Law Roles In Sustanaible Development Goals (SDG’S). All accepted abstracts will be required to submit a manuscript of 6000 words. All papers will be peer-reviewed by the members of a scientific committee and will be proposed to publish in a proceeding indexing Clarivate Analytic /Thomson Reuters (To be Confirmed)



Call For Papers

We are happy to announce Sharia and Law International Conference (SHALIC) 2019. This premier conference will be held on July 9th – 11th, 2019 by Faculty of Sharia and Law, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung. This event provides a discussion forum for researches, scientists, students, and practitioner to extend their knowledge, view, and experience of new advances and current issues in Sharia and Legal Studies.

 

We invite you to submit original research papers and posters related to the conference topics. All accepted papers will be blind peer-reviewed by the members of a scientific committee and published in Shalic 2018 post-conference proceedings, indexed by Clarivate Analytics. Early submission is strongly advised. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

 

-        Islamic legal history and theory,

-        Islamic law and society,

-        Islamic family law,

-        Banking, insurance, sukuk, and stock market

-        Zakat and Wakaf

-        International (Islamic) law

-        Islamic comparative law—including other (religious) legal traditions

-        Islam and human rights

-        Islam, politic and constitution

-        Islamic criminal law

-        Halal assurance law 

 

GRANTS

Three grants are offered by the committee of SHALIC 2019. The committee invites post-doctoral scholars, within 5 years of graduation, to apply for the funding. Each award is equal to USD 100. Applications will be considered according to the following criteria:

1)     the quality of the submitted conference abstract, including relevance of the abstract to the conference theme of … (to be confirmed)

2)      the quality of scholarly contribution to the field of Sharia and Law.

3)      two referees’ endorsements of applicant, for example, a supervisor/colleague and a senior colleague (see the application form);

4)      Reasons why the grant should be awarded to the applicant (see the application form); and

5)      A copy of the abstract acceptance letter from the committee of SHALIC 2019

 

Applicants are required to submit their application to shalic@uinsgd.ac.id. The application form is available Link Here[U1] .

 

The grant winner will be announced on … (to be confirmed)


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AWARDS

Two awards are given to the best paper-presenter and the best paper. Each award is equal to USD $100. The award winner will be announced in the closing ceremony of SHALIC 2018.

Abstracts and Papers Submission

Abstracts and papers should address the conference topic, however, those that are relevant to other areas related to Sharia and Legal Studies will be considered.  Abstracts should be submitted through the register button and no longer than 250 words (including the title, author(s) and affiliations).

Deadline for submission: April 16th, 2019. Decisions on acceptance will be made by email on April 19th, 2019.  



Scopes
1.   Islamic Law
        a. Islamic Law on Poverty Eradication
        b. Islamic Law, Religious Court, and Law Enforcement;
        c. Islamic Law Institutions in Muslim Countries.
        d. Islamic Law and Dynamic of Political Law;
        e. Islamic Law, Liberalism, and Democracy; 
        f. Islamic Law and Global Economic Chalenges;
        g. Islamic Law and Islamic Political Institutions.
        h. Islamic Law and Human Rights; 
        i. Islamic Family law
        j. Islamic Law and Equal Gender Status;
        k. Islamic Law and Humanitarian Law;
        l. Islamic Law  and The Court 
        m. Islamic Law and Philanthropy

2.   Law
        a.   Civil Law 
        b.   Criminal Law 
        c.   Public Law 
        d.   Economic and Financial Law 
        e.   Labor and Social Law
        f.    International Human Right Law 
        g.   Copy Right Law 
        h.   Climate Change Law


Publication

All accepted papers will be published in ESD Publication indexed in CPCI (Web of Science, Clarivate Analytic) and EBSCO

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Meet our Professionals


Prof. DR. H. Muhammad Hatta Ali, S.H.,M.H

Prof. DR. H. Muhammad Hatta Ali, S.H.,M.H

Law

Muhammad Hatta Ali is the thirteenth and current Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Indonesia.

Prof. DR. M. Arskal Salim GP, MA.,Ph.D

Prof. DR. M. Arskal Salim GP, MA.,Ph.D

Law

Dr. Arskal Salim is a scholar of law in Muslim societies. He completed his early education mainly in Indonesia, and was trained in both Muslim traditional and modern school systems. Having graduated from the IAIN (State Institute for Islamic Studies) of Jakarta with a BA in Shari'ah law and an MA in Islamic Studies, he went to McGill University, Canada, for a two-semester postgraduate studentship.

Professor Samina Yasmeen (Pakistan)

Professor Samina Yasmeen (Pakistan)

Islamic Law

Professor Samina Yasmeen is Director of the Centre for Muslim States and Societies and lectures in Political Science and International Relations in the School of Social and Cultural Studies, the University of Western Australia (UWA), Perth.

Prof. Dr. H. Mahmud, M.Si

Prof. Dr. H. Mahmud, M.Si

Law

Rector of UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung

Dr. Ah. Fathonih, M.Ag

Dr. Ah. Fathonih, M.Ag

Law

Dean of Sharia and Law Faculty, UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung

mark cammack

mark cammack

Islamic Law

Mark Cammack entered law teaching in order to pursue his interest in comparative law and the Indonesian legal system. He became interested in Indonesia and learned to speak Indonesian after living in the country for two years during college. He went on to study both law and Southeast Asian history as a University Fellow in the Department of South Asian Studies at the University of Wisconsin.

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VENUE

Ibis Style Hotel
Braga Street No.8, Braga, Sumur Bandung, Bandung City, West Java 40111

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IMPORTANT DATES

The complete information on abstract and paper submission is Here

April 30th, 2019

Abstract Submission Deadline
May 6th, 2019

Abstract Acceptance
May 25th, 2019

Full Paper Submission Deadline
May 27th, 2019

Early Bird Registration Deadline
June 21st, 2019

Registration Deadline

Contact Us

  • UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung
  • shalic@uinsgd.ac.id
  • 082217656359(Eva Meidi)
  • Office hours:
    Monday-Thursday 07.30 AM - 04.00 PM,
    Friday 07.30 AM - 04.30 PM