Law Research Review Quarterly is a double blind peer-reviewed journal published by Faculty of Law, Universitas Negeri Semarang, Indonesia, and the journal has been implemented the full system of open journal system (OJS). The Law Research Review Quarterly initially published research articles that had been disseminated in the National Seminar on Law at the Semarang State University and published in Bahasa Indonesia since 2015. Then, since 2020 starting from Volume 6 Number 1, Seminar Nasional Hukum Universitas Negeri Semarang changed to Law Research Review Quarterly and published four times in one year (every February, May, August, and November) and exclusively publishes in English. The Law Research Review Quarterly aims to be a forum for law activists, legal practitioners, academics, law fighters, law enforcement officials, and students in developing scientific fields of law in various researches, both normative and empirical research (Research Article and Review Article). Law Research Review Quarterly publishes articles related to the law (but not limited to): Criminal Law, Civil Law, International Law, Procedural Law, State administration law, Constitutional Law, Business Law, Law and Society, Islamic law, Customary Law, Environmental Law, Law and Human Rights, aw of technology, Health Law, Law of the Sea, Diplomatic and consular law, Humanitarian Law, International Organizational Law, Comparative Law, Tax Law, International Economic and Trade Law, Law and Public Policy, Anti-Corruption Law, Anti-terrorism law, Law of Intellectual Property Rights, Land Law, Legal Reform, Insurance Law, Legal Aid, Law Justice and Crime, and others relating to the study of law and its various aspects (including political, economic, social and cultural).
Vol 6 No 1 (2020): Law, Democracy and Crime: How Society Responds the Imbalance?