The Journal of Islamic Law is a peer-reviewed online Journal—published together with an regular Forum—that features new scholarship in Islamic legal history and in contemporary developments in Islamic law, with a keen interest in highligting primary sources and openness to data science approaches. The Journal features long-form articles, essays, case notes, book reviews, and and new developments in digital Islamic law scholarship. The Journal is to be published biannually, and its editorial board selects scholarship on the basis of excellence and novel contributions to the field. The slightly less formal Forum provides space for scholarly engagement and debate: timely essays on recent articles and books, developments in Islamic law around the globe, and invited contributions to symposia on topical issues of moment. The Forum will feature new essays throughout the year. For submission details and criteria for acceptance, see the submission guidelines. To view the primary sources and companion data, see the SHARIAsource Portal.