The Indonesian State Law Review (ISLRev) is a legal journal published by the Faculty of Law at Universitas Negeri Semarang (UNNES), also known as the Semarang State University. The journal aims to provide a platform for legal scholars, practitioners, and students to publish their research and insights on legal issues in Indonesia, especially concerning discourse on state administrative and constitutional law in Indonesia.
ISLRev was first published in 2018, and it is published biannually. The journal covers a wide range of legal topics, especially on the framework of constitutional law, administrative law, and state law. The articles published in ISLRev are written by legal scholars, practitioners, and students from Indonesia and around the world. ISLRev is committed to publishing high-quality research that is based on sound methodology and provides insights into legal issues that are relevant to Indonesian law and legal system. The journal is published in both print and online formats, and it is available to readers free of charge.
In addition to publishing articles, ISLRev also hosts legal conferences and seminars that bring together legal scholars, practitioners, and students to discuss legal issues and share their research. The journal also provides opportunities for legal students to get involved in legal research and publishing by serving as peer reviewers or by submitting their own articles for publication.
Overall, the Indonesian State Law Review (ISLRev) at Universitas Negeri Semarang has played an important role in advancing legal scholarship and promoting the study of Indonesian law and legal system. Its commitment to publishing high-quality research and providing a platform for legal scholars, practitioners, and students to share their insights has helped to foster a vibrant legal community in Indonesia and beyond.