Al-Mizan (e-journal) focuses on Islamic law studies, law studies and presents developments through the publication of articles and research reports with various approaches of normative, philosophy, history, sociology, anthropology, theology, psychology, economic and is intended to communicate the original researches and current issues on the subject. Detailed scopes of articles accepted for submission to Al-Mizan (e-Journal) are:

• Public Law: Criminal Law, Constitutions, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, and Public International Law
• Private Law: Business Law, Corporation Law, Family Law, Consumer Law, Torts, Information, Technology/Cyber Law, Intellectual Property Rights Law, Private International Law
• Syariah Law: Islamic Banking and Finance Law, Islamic Family Law, Islamic International Law, Islamic Inheritance Law, Islamic Judiciary and Fatwa, Takaful
• Islamic Astronomy (Falak), Islamic Yurisprudence (Fiqh), Islamic Legal Methodology (Ushul Fiqh)
• Law in Modern Muslim World (Legislation, Statutes, Regulations, Legal Profession, and Institutions)
• Law and Religion, Islamic Law and Gender, Islamic Law and Society, Islamic Law and Politics

It encourages articles that employ a multi-disciplinary approach to those topics. The subject covers textual and fieldwork studies. Scholars that are concerned with Islamic law studies, law studies and its manifestation can submit their article to Al-Mizan (e-journal) and use this open access journal as a valuable resource in this field.