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  1. Manuscripts are the results of research or the results of conceptual studies that have never been published;
  2. Manuscripts are written in Indonesian or standard English. If there is a direct quote that is deemed necessary to remain written in another language outside Indonesian or English, the quote can be retained in the original language with its translation into Indonesian or English;
  3. Delivery of the manuscript accompanied by the author's biodata in the form of narratives with a length of 150 d.250 words;
  4. The manuscript is written on A4 size paper for 20 s.d. 25 pages (about 6,000 words), with page margins, 3 cm left, 2 cm top, 2 cm right, 2 cm below, and 1.5 interspacing distance. Written using Times New Roman letters 12. All manuscript pages are numbered in the lower right margin;
  5. Systematics of script writing as follows: a. Title; b. Writer's name; c. Name of institution / agency; d. Address of institution / agency; e. Author's e-mail account; f. Abstract; g. Key words; h. Introduction which contains background descriptions, problem formulation, objectives and uses, and research methods; h. Literature review; i Results and Discussion; j. Concluding remarks and conclusions and suggestions; k. Reference List.
  6. Writing quotes using a body note model. The quote must be shown in the reference
    list. Example:
    One author: (Syamsudin, 20013: 45); According to Hermansyah (2009: 45), ".........."
    Two writers: (Utama & Laksanto, 2010: 50-52).
    More than two authors: (Robert, Irwan, & Ismail, 2015).
    More than three authors: (Hotstede et al., 1990: 23).
    Issues of certain institutions: (Monash University Library, 2009: 10).
    7. Writing a reference list using the rules of the Harvard-American Psychological
    Association (APA).


Syamsudin, M. (2013). New Construction of Legal Culture Judges Based on Progressive Law. Jakarta: Prenada Media Group.

Tanya, B.L., Parera, T.Y., & Lena, S.F. (2015). Pancasila Frame of Indonesian Law. Yogyakarta: Genta Publishing.
Corruption Eradication Commission. (2009). 2009 annual report: The struggle against corruption never stops. Jakarta: KPK.

Melani. (2014, August). Disparity in decisions related to the interpretation of Articles 2 and 3 of the Law on Eradicating Corruption. Judicial Journal, 7 (2), 103-116.

Magazine / Newspaper
Marzuki, S. (2014, November-December). Court that is Fair for Justice. Judicial Commission Magazine, 11-15.
d. Internet: Cornell University Library. (2009). Introduction to research. Accessed from http://www.library.cornell.edu/resrch/intro

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