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The Lex Scientia Law Review [P-ISSN 2598-9677 | E-ISSN 2598-9685] is one of the prominent journals in Indonesia under the auspices of the Faculty of Law at Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia, has established itself as a preeminent platform for legal scholarship. The journal's paramount focus lies in the realms of Contemporary and Comparative Legal Studies, spanning both the national landscape of Indonesia and the global legal arena. Within the sphere of Contemporary Legal Studies, Lex Scientia Law Review serves as a conduit for scholarly exploration and analysis of the ever-evolving legal landscape. This encompasses a wide spectrum of issues such as the intricate intersection of technology and law, emerging human rights challenges, environmental law dynamics, corporate governance nuances, and the ongoing reforms in criminal justice systems. The journal provides a comprehensive understanding of contemporary legal phenomena, creating a space for rigorous discussions and insights. Complementing its focus on contemporary issues, Lex Scientia Law Review distinguishes itself through a dedicated commitment to Comparative Legal Studies. By adopting a comparative lens, the journal seeks to unravel the similarities and differences among legal systems. This approach facilitates a nuanced understanding of legal principles, encourages cross-cultural dialogue, and contributes to a more harmonized global legal discourse. Comparative legal analyses within the journal encompass diverse aspects, including legal systems and traditions, judicial decision-making processes, constitutional law perspectives, and the intricacies of international legal frameworks. Lex Scientia Law Review extends its scholarly gaze beyond the confines of national borders, recognizing the importance of regional and global perspectives. By doing so, the journal acknowledges the interconnected nature of legal issues and emphasizes the need to examine them within broader contexts. This global outlook encourages scholars to transcend geographical boundaries in their research, fostering intellectual exchange and collaboration on a worldwide scale.

Vol 7 No 2 (2023): Justice in Broader Context: Contemporary and Controversial Issues in Indonesia and Beyond

Published: 2023-11-09

The Murder of Shireen Abu Akleh: How Does Law Protect the Journalist in a War?

Yordan Gunawan, Fawaz Muhammad Ihsan, Paulo Andres Anderson


Public Procurement Nexus Social for Mitigate the Corruption: Lesson from Indonesia

Satria Unggul Wicaksana Prakasa, Achmad Hariri, Hilman Syahrial Haq, Adhy Riadhy Arafah, Muallimin Mochammad Sahid


Intentionally Changing Everything: Deliberate Constructing in Corruption Case

Kamsi Kamsi, Very Julianto, Mu'tashim Billah, Suud Sarim Karimullah


Robot Lawyer in Indonesian Criminal Justice System: Problems and Challenges for Future Law Enforcement

Zico Junius Fernando, Kiki Kristanto, Ariesta Wibisono Anditya, Sawitri Yuli Hartati, Agri Baskara


Legalization of Medical Marijuana in Indonesia from the Human Rights Perspectives: Lessons Learned from Three ASEAN Countries

Endang Wahyati Yustina, Marcella Elwina Simandjuntak, Mohamad Nasser, John D Blum, Sheilla M. Trajera


The Hierarchical Model of Delegated Legislation in Indonesia

Sholahuddin Al-Fatih, Muchamad Ali Safaat, Aan Eko Widiarto, Dhia Al Uyun, Muhammad Nur


Comparative Analysis of Malaysian and Indonesian Retirement Plan

Nurin Athirah Mohd Alam Shah, Muhammad Amrullah Nasrul, Siti Fatimah Binti Abd. Rahman, Devi Seviyana


Legal Protection of The Right to Health for People with Long-term Health Impact due to Disaster in Indonesia

Iman Pasu Marganda Hadiarto Purba, Hanna Tabita Hasianna Silitonga, Tauran Tauran, Alifia Widianti


Land Subsidence Policy in the Context of Good Governance Principles (Comparing Indonesia and Japan)

Pratama Herry Herlambang, Yos Johan Utama, Aju Putrijanti, Silvan Susanto Prayogo


Constitutional and Judicial Interpretation of Environmental Laws in Nigeria, India and Canada

Empire Hechime Nyekwere, Uche Nnawulezi, Septhian Eka Adiyatma, Kasim Balarabe, Muhammad Abdul Rouf


Rejection of Former Shia Community in Sampang Perspective on Human Rights Law: Discourse of Religious Rights and Freedom in Indonesia

Mukhlis Mukhlis, Raphael D. Jackson-Ortiz, Muwaffiq Jufri, Evis Garunja, Paul Atagamen Aidonojie


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In adherence to our institution's paperless policy implemented since 2020, we no longer furnish printed journals or any documents in hard copy. All materials are exclusively available online. Should authors desire a printed version of the journal and a certificate of authorship, they may contact our editor, subject to applicable charges. Lex Scientia Law Review is steadfast in its commitment to delivering best articles within the field of law and related studies, making impactful contributions on both national and international scales. The journal invites submissions from a diverse audience, including students, lecturers, researchers, and legal practitioners, who are encouraged to submit their finest manuscripts throughout the year. There is no stipulated deadline for manuscript submissions, with the exception of specific topics. Lex Scientia Law Review also extends an invitation for collaboration in publishing outcomes from seminars and conferences in either Special or Regular Issues. For further details, please reach out to the editor via email at [email protected].