Journal of Legal Reform (JForm) is a double-blind peer-reviewed publication released twice a year by the Faculty of Law at Universitas Jember (UNEJ) in partnership with the Forum Kajian Keilmuan Hukum (Legal Scientific Study Forum). This internationally-oriented journal, which operates on the Open Access Journal System, aims to offer a unique platform for the distribution of innovative research and theoretical articles across the broad spectrum of law. Issued every October and April, the Journal of Legal Reform accepts and publishes manuscripts in both Indonesian and English, underscoring its dedication to cultivating a diverse and global audience. The journal addresses a wide array of contemporary legal fields, including but not limited to Criminal Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, State Administrative Law, International Law, Procedural Law, Legal Philosophy, Islamic Law, Law Environment, Law and Human Rights, and Health Law. With its international focus and commitment to inclusivity, the Journal of Legal Reform stands as a unique publication, providing a comprehensive platform for legal scholarship, promoting cross-cultural dialogue, and fostering a deeper understanding of law in both Indonesian and global contexts.

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