The Indonesian Journal of Law and Society is pleased to issue the first English publication. In general, in this publication, the journal provides an in-depth discussion on how law and society in the context are articulated with human rights amidst their continuity and change. This publication deals with the recent issues on law and society in Indonesia, by analyzing, such as land law, marriage law, personal law, citizenship law, and mining law.
The journal continues to advance the boundaries of global and local developments in law, policy, and legal practice by publishing cogent and timely articles, commentaries, and book reviews on a biannual basis.
The Indonesian Journal of Law and Society is an open-access and peer-reviewed law journal. It is the flagship journal of the Faculty of Law, University of Jember, Indonesia. The inception of the journal dated back two decades ago published in the printed format named, "Majalah Ilmiah Hukum dan Masyarakat." As one of the first and leading law journals in Indonesia, the publication contains a rich store of legal literature analyzing the legal development of Indonesia.
The journal covers both domestic and international legal developments. This platform provides a venue for distinguished scholars and new academics around the world to share their academic works. The publication is primarily dedicated to encouraging scholarly attention and advancing the intimate knowledge of recent discourses on law and society. This journal recognizes that the boundaries in the study of law have become increasingly porous. So too, there is a relevant relationship between law and society. The publication in this journal reflects and values this intellectual cross-fertilization.