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Journal's recent inclusion to HeinOnline

2022-11-03

As of October 2022, the Indonesian Journal of Law and Society has been newly indexed by HeinOnline, so that all our published papers are now available in its database. HeinOnline is a premier online database for researching law. It is an ever-expanding, comprehensive, image-based collection of more than 3,000 law-related periodicals, providing access to various collections, including law journal libraries as subscribed by many top 5% law schools worldwide.

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Current Issue

Vol 3 No 2 (2022): Future Issue

ISSN: 2722-4074 (Online)
First Publication: 2020 
Publisher: University of Jember, Indonesia
Duration: Approx. 30 days to the first decision
Acceptance Rate: 25% of the total submissions
Frequency: 2 issues per year
DOI: 10.19184/ijls by crossref 
Audience: Domestic and international scholars with an acute interest in law and society
Authors' Diversity: Bangladesh, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran
Index Information: DOAJ, HeinOnline, SINTA 2, Dimensions

 

This issue is in the progress of publication, which means that the current edition has been published and will provide additional articles currently being finalized in the peer-review/copyediting process. Once the issue has been completed, all articles will be downloadable, and the DOIs of each paper will be active.

Published: 2022-12-31

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The Indonesian Journal of Law and Society is the faculty-edited flagship journal of the Faculty of Law, University of Jember, Indonesia, which exclusively publishes all papers in English. It is a refereed journal, all published papers were under a double-blind peer review by academics and experts. This journal publishes international, comparative, and national research and reviews concerned with law and society. While this journal presents leading works from or concerned with Indonesia and other Asian regions, the journal’s scope is intentionally broad, and its geographic coverage includes jurisdictions of developing countries.

All types of manuscripts, from socio-legal, empirical, and doctrinal, will be considered for publication. However, this publication encourages empirical and cross-disciplinary areas of law relating to political science, criminology, history, sociology, human rights, technology, and political economy. It includes articles on law and its relationship with society in developing countries, articles bringing a perspective from developing countries to socio-legal issues of global concern, and articles using developing countries as a starting point for a comparative exploration of law and society topics.

To retain the focus on exploring law and society issues in developing countries, this journal accommodates the intellectual horizon of the discipline that embodies comparative and international nature. If you have prepared a manuscript solely limited to analyzing a national legal system, the Editorial Board suggests you embed it with a comparative or international dimension. Otherwise, your submission may be rejected.

The published papers were subject to a double-blind peer-review process by at least two experts. The Editor's final decision considered the relevance to the journal's aims and scope, the quality of research and writing, and geographical diversity. The novelty of academic contribution was also an essential requirement.