• December 2019
    Vol 6 No 3 (2019)

    LENTERA HUKUM regularly publishes scholarly papers that focus on legal studies. In this issue, the journal rigorously improves the quality selection of manuscripts which strongly display the intimate knowledge of recent legal discourses that provide a window into the way they work in practice. Upon the pursuit of the excellent platform, this latest publication consists of six articles and one book review for which it discusses in-depth thoughts on law across Southeast Asia, from Indonesia, Timor Leste, to Lao PDR. The current issue adds increasingly debates on law and society, including to what extent legal pluralism has immersed and united as part of legal systems. Most papers generally discuss beyond state law, which cover adat law, Islamic law, and international law.

  • April 2020
    Vol 7 No 1 (2020)

    LENTERA HUKUM is dedicated to encouraging scholarly attention and advancing the intimate knowledge of recent legal discourses. It accommodates high-quality manuscripts relevant to the endeavors of scholars and legal professionals with fundamental and long-term analysis in the light of empirical, theoretical, multidisciplinary, and comparative approaches. This journal recognizes that the boundaries in the study of law have become increasingly porous. So too, there is no longer a distinct divide of law, politics, and society. The publication in this journal reflects and values this intellectual cross-fertilization.

    Available online since 02 April 2020.

  • July 2019
    Vol 6 No 2 (2019)

    Over the years, the development of legal studies has increasingly mingled with the multitude of arrays of thoughts. In the context, legal studies have broadened their coverage that continuously transcend beyond the state law. The intersection of law, economics, environment, and technology, for example, indicates the dynamics of legal discourse. Therefore, in this issue, the journal has published several papers that specifically discuss important issues on business law, investment law, environmental law, competition law, and artificial intelligence law.

  • April 2019
    Vol 6 No 1 (2019)

    Since the advent of the Industrial Revolution 4.0, the development of legal studies has entered a new pathway. The debate over digital technology adds new emphasize to which legal studies are driven to critically examine with multitude viewpoints. Apart from this advancement of technological systems, there are other serious concerns: environmental protection, terrorism, and narcotics which are also amongst critical issues today. The debate over such issues is explored by the authors in our latest publication.

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