About the Journal
ADHKI: Journal of Islamic Family Law is an Open Access Journal managed by the Indonesian Association of Islamic Family Law Lecturers. This journal was first published in 2019 which published the results of the International Conference on Islamic Family Law which was attended by lecturers and researchers. The Association of Indonesian Islamic Family Law lecturers has been established since 2017 which has more than 300 lecturers and family law practitioners in Indonesia.
The journal ADHKI received articles from the results of family law research in Asian countries that focused on religious values as the basis. This journal has a focus and scope in the study of family law which includes marriage traditions, issues about divorce, inheritance traditions, family resilience and other family law issues from various perspectives both humanities, social sciences, health sciences and even technology.
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