Syari'ah Economic Law is a set of binding rule norms issued by authorized institutions based on shari'ah principles based on the Koran and al-Sunnah. Shari'ah financial institutions (LKS) in Indonesia must be guided by applicable rules and laws. But in reality there are still a number of financial institutions that still have not implemented their operational implementation to the full shari'ah principle. So that there are still syari'ah financial transaction systems, but in reality the shari'ah financial system tends to be just the syari'ah label, but the substance still applies a conventional transaction system. All parties must contribute to take part in guarding the Shari'ah financial industry that runs in Indonesia. For example, the stakeholders, regulators, shari'ah supervisors, Islamic law experts, especially Syari'ah Economic Law, and society in general. In order to realize an Islamic economy that provides justice and benefit for the community.