The Lex Scientia Law Review [P-ISSN 2598-9677 | E-ISSN 2598-9685 | FlagCounter | Statcounter] is one of law journals - a double blind peer reviewed journal - published by Universitas Negeri Semarang and managed and developed by the LEX SCIENTIA Student Activity Unit, Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarangg, Indonesia. Since it was first published in 2017, this journal is intended to facilitate and provide a forum for the development of legal studies for students at the undergraduate level. This journal publishes articles in the field of law with special themes for each issue. The specialty of this journal is that it publishes articles in contemporary legal studies with an interdisciplinary approach, whether from an economic, political, socio-cultural, technological, forensic linguistic, psychology, and other related field, both in Indonesian studies and in global perspectives. This Journal is also intended to publish various studies on social justice and crime in a broad perspective. The Journal publishes articles (Research and Review Article), Case Note, Book Review, and Symposia every May and November. 

Vol 7 No 2 (2023): Article in Press

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

Quo Vadis Corporate Crime Liability: Beyond Rule Reform and Future Prospect on Amending Criminal Code in Indonesia

I Dewa Made Suartha, Mariko Hattori, I Dewa Agung Gede Mahardika Martha, Bagus Hermanto, Ni Putu Yeni Kusuma Dewi

Intentionally Changing Everything: Deliberate Constructing in Corruption Case

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

The Hierarchical Model of Delegated Legislation in Indonesia

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

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

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

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
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