About the Journal
Law Research Review Quarterly (L. Research Rev. Q.) was published online for the first time in February 2020 (ISSN 2716-3415, also see ROAD DATA), however, this journal had previously been published in several editions under the name "Seminar Nasional Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang", which was originally intended to publish research results that had been disseminated in the National Seminar. Over time and as a form of improving the quality of publications, the name Law Research Review Quarterly was officially used in the 2020 issue and beyond. The Law Research Review Quarterly is published by the Law Faculty of Semarang State University in collaboration with the Association of Indonesian Legal Journal Managers. The Law Research Review Quarterly is intended to be a national and international journal that provides a forum and forum for academics, legal practitioners, legal observers, students, researchers and the general public who have an interest in the field of legal science. This journal covers all fields of law, including: Criminal Law, Civil Law, State Administrative Law, International Law, Business Law, Human Rights Law, Tax Law, Land Law, Agrarian Law, Sea Law, Diplomatic Law, Law and Society, Philosophy of Law, Comparative Law, Procedural Law, Sociology of Law, Criminology, Victimology, Law and Gender, Islamic Law, Legal Justice, and various other relevant fields of law studies. This journal is published every three months (four times a year) both online and in print. L. Research Rev. Q. also actively collaborates with various centers of study and legal studies within Semarang State University, including: the Center for Anti-Radicalism and Terrorism Studies, the Center for Gender Studies, the Center for the Study of Child and Women's Protection, the Center for Human Rights Studies, the Center for Studies Anti-Corruption, Center for the Study of Islamic Economic Law, Center for Pancasila and Constitutional Studies, Center for Southeast Asian Studies. In addition, this Journal also collaborates with several legal clinics as a form of commitment to the dissemination of legal knowledge and information, including: Legislative Drafting Clinics, Labor Law Clinics, Environmental Law Clinics, Child Protection Law Clinics and Human Rights.