Author Guidelines

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Submission Information:

Author(s) need to register with the journal prior to submitting or, if already registered, can simply log in and begin the five-step process. Please go to http://ojs.unud.ac.id/ to register or log in. If you have any inquiries regarding the online submission you may email it to ujlc@fl.unud.ac.id.

The requirements of the manuscript:

  1. The manuscript has not been previously published or submitted to another publisher.
  2. The manuscript must be written in English and in Microsoft Word format.
  3. The manuscript should be between 5.000 and 10.000 words including text and footnotes.
  4. The text is single-spaced; Bookman Old Style, uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. Size of the page is A4, margin: top 2.54cm, left 2.54cm, bottom 2.54cm, right 2.54 cm, portrait orientation.
  6. The manuscript must contain the following matters:

ATitle

- Must be no more than 16 words in English. In case there is a specific word not in English, it must be written in italic

- Font: Centre, Capitalize Each Word, Bold, Bookman Old Style, Size 14, Single Space.

B. Affiliation and Correspondence

- Please write the affiliation of the author(s) under the Author(s)’s name.

- For the author(s)’s email, please write in the footnote. In case the manuscript is a joint works, authors must appoint someone to become a corresponding author.

- Font: Centre, Capitalize Each Word, Bold, Bookman Old Style, Size 11.

C. Abstract

Abstract consistof 100-300 words which should be written in one paragraph. The writing should be in Bookman Old Style, size 10, justify, italic with single space. The abstract should be concise, clear, descriptive, and comprehensive. It should provide a brief overview of the article, reasons for the selection or the importance of the topic, purposes, and a summary of the result and discussion/analysis or conclusion. For an article based on research, it should explain in brief the research problem and research method.

 (Justify, Italic, Bookman Old Style, size 10, single-spaced)

The manuscript consists of 3 parts, namely: Introduction; Result and Discussion/Analysis; and Conclusion. Here is an example of how to structurize the manuscript.

1. INTRODUCTION

The introduction should describe the background, specify the issue(s) and explain the purpose(s) of writing. In case the article is a research result, it should explain the purpose(s) or the formulation of the problem(s) and research method. UJLC encourages a literature review that reflects state of the art from the previous similar studies in order to prove, or as a basis, that the research has a new and important contribution. footnoting example[1]

2. RESULT AND ANALYSIS

This section should clearly elaborate on the purpose(s) or the formulation of the problem(s) of the manuscript and addresses inquiries that lead to achieving the purpose of writing. Analysis of the conceptual scientific article or discussion of the obtained result(s) of research is presented in the form of conceptual and theoretical description, whether qualitatively or quantitatively. It may be further divided into subsections and sub sub-sections.

 For example

2.1. Sub-section

2.1.1. Sub Sub-section

2.1.2. Sub Sub-section

2.2. Sub-section

2.2.1. Sub Sub-section

2.2.2. Sub Sub-section

 3. CONCLUSION

The conclusion should clearly indicate in brief the result(s) that is obtained, advantages and disadvantages, as well as the possibility of further development or research. The conclusion(s) should capture the research purpose(s).

 The author may also provide a recommendation(s), but it is not mandatory.

 BIBLIOGRAPHY

 It should contain all relevant cited materials in the text which is sorted alphabetically based on the name of the writer. The literature used in the manuscript should prioritize the last 10 years of publication. The use of academic journal articles is encouraged. All literature should be listed in Bibliography, as follows:

 Book

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Journal Article

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Thesis or Dissertation

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Legal Documents

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Other Documents

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Interview

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Case Law

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

 Website Content

(Justify, Bookman Old Style, size 12, single-spaced)

  

This journal refers to Chicago Manual of Style. For citation, please use the following guidance:

 Book

*for one author

Bibliography

Van den Bossche, Peter. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010.

Footnote

1 Peter Van den Bossche. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 12.

*for two or three authors or editors

Bibliography

Buchholtz, Ann K. and Archie B. Carroll.Business and Society. Canada: Nelson Education, Ltd, 2009.

Footnote

Ann K. Buchholtz and Archie B. Carroll, Business and Society (Canada: Nelson Education, Ltd, 2009), 45.

 

 *for chapter in an edited book

Bibliography

Vaux, Mary M.”Flowers of the Canadian Rockies.” In This Wild Spirit: Women in the Rocky Mountains of Canada, edited by Colleen Skidmore, 235-38. Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2006.

Footnote

Mary M. Vaux, .”Flowers of the Canadian Rockies,” in This Wild Spirit: Women in the Rocky Mountains of Canada, ed. Colleen Skidmore (Edmonton: University of Alberta Press, 2006), 235-38.

 

Journal Article

*for a journal article

Bibliography

Aliverti, Ana. “Making People Criminal: The Role of the Criminal Law in Immigration Enforcement.”TheoreticalCriminology 16, no. 4 (2012): 417-434.

Footnote

7Ana Aliverti, “Making People Criminal: The Role of the Criminal Law in Immigration Enforcement,” TheoreticalCriminology 16, no. 4 (2012): 417.

*for an online article from academic search complete or another database

Bibliography

Liliansa, Dita and Anbar Jayadi. “Should Indonesia Accede to the 1951 Refugee Convention and Its 1967 Protocol?.” Indonesia Law Review 5, no. 3 (2015): 324-346. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.15742/ilrev.v5n3.161.

Footnote

Dita Liliansa and Anbar Jayadi, “Should Indonesia Accede to the 1951 Refugee Convention and Its 1967 Protocol?,” Indonesia Law Review 5, no. 3 (2015): 324. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.15742/ilrev.v5n3.161.

 

Thesis or Dissertation

Bibliography

Mårtensson, Camilla. “Towards an ASEAN Human Rights Framework: Rapid Development in the Kingdom of Cambodia.” Master's Thesis, Department of Theology Uppsala University, Spring Term 2016.

Footnote

Camilla Mårtensson, “Towards an ASEAN Human Rights Framework: Rapid Development in the Kingdom of Cambodia” (Master's Thesis, Department of Theology Uppsala University, Spring Term 2016), 23.

 

 Legal Documents

Bibliography

Indonesia. The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.

Footnote

10 The 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, Art. 4(1).

 

Other Documents

Bibliography

The DOW Chemical Company. “Sustainability Report 2015.” http://media-library.dow.com/WebContent/www-dow-com/Documents/Dow_2015_SustainabilityReport.pdf.

Footnote

The DOW Chemical Company, “Sustainability Report 2015,” http://media-library.dow.com/WebContent/www-dow-com/Documents/Dow_2015_SustainabilityReport.pdf, 8.

 

Interview  

Bibliography

Windia, I Wayan. “Customary Law Cases in Indonesia,” Interview by Dennis Mitchel, Denpasar, November 21, 2017.

 Footnote

I Wayan Windia, “Customary Law Cases in Indonesia,” Interview by Dennis Mitchel, Denpasar, November 21, 2017.

 

 Case Law

Bibliography

Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening), Judgment, I.C.J. Reports 2014, p. 226

Footnote

11 Whaling in the Antarctic (Australia v. Japan: New Zealand intervening), Judgment, I.C.J. Reports 2014, p. 226

 

Website Content

Bibliography

World Trade Organization. “What is the WTO?.” https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/whatis_e/whatis_e.htm.

Footnote

12 World Trade Organization, “What is the WTO?,” https://www.wto.org/english/thewto_e/whatis_e/whatis_e.htm

 

Cross Reference

  1. Ibid.à this term is used to provide footnote citation for a source that was cited in the preceding footnote.

Peter Van den Bossche. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 23.

Ibid.

 

  1. op.cit.à this term is used when referring to the reference listed earlier by the same author but not consecutive and cited from different page(s).

Peter Van den Bossche. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 23.

Ann K. Buchholtz and Archie B. Carroll, Business and Society (Canada: Nelson Education, Ltd, 2009), 45.

Van den Bossche, op.cit.,36.

 

  1. loc.cit. à this term is used when referring to the reference listed earlier by the same author but not consecutive but cited from the same page(s).

Peter Van den Bossche. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 23.

Ann K. Buchholtz and Archie B. Carroll, Business and Society (Canada: Nelson Education, Ltd, 2009), 45.

Van den Bossche, loc.cit.

 

 

[1]Peter Van den Bossche. The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization (New York: Cambridge University Press, 2010), 12