The topics involve various disciplines related (but not limited) to the themes as described below. Researchers from other disciplines are also encouraged to submit and present their manuscripts.

  • Law: Legal Method, The Malaysian Legal System, Islamic Law, Law of Contract, Malaysian Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Administrative Law, Land Law, Family Law, Company Law, International Law, Banking law, Conflict of laws, Employment law, Environmental law, Gender and law, Industrial relations law, Insurance law, Intellectual property law, International Human Rights and Humanitarian law, Islamic criminal law, Islamic laws of evidence, Media law Remedies, Laws of Evidence, Criminal Procedure, Civil Procedure.
  • Government: Accessibility and usability of e-government Web sites, Administrative reform through e-government, Assessment of e-government projects, Avoidance of technology pitfalls in e-government development, Building government-to-government enterprises, Digital government, E-government and digital divide, E-government databases, Evaluation of public sector information systems, Future directions of electronic government, Governance and electronic democracy, Identity management, data protection, and citizens’ privacy, Implementing e-government systems in transition economics, Innovative applications and best practices in e-government, agency information sharing in e-government and shared services, International integration/collaboration of e-government, IT management issues in e-government, Local e-government implementation and diffusion, Organizational and human factors influencing e-government adoption and diffusion, Strategic management of e-government, Technology adoption and diffusion in the public sector, Theories, conceptual models, and frameworks for public sector information systems, Transformation government.
  • Politics: Political Sciences, Political Analysis, Comparative Politics, Politics Economy, International Relation, Political Theory, Public Administration, Public Policy, Political Methodology, Economics, Law, Sociology, History, Philosophy, Geography, Psychology/Psychiatry and Anthropology, Global Politics, Political Corruption.