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Author Guidelines

Please prepare your manuscript before sending it, using the writing instructions below. Please download the Batulis Civil Law Review Template (.DOCX) file.


  • TITLE 
Article Title Relevant to Substance, Maximum of 16 Words, Written in font Book Antique Bold (16 pt), Justify alignment.  
 
  • ABSTRACT 
Abstracts are written in 2 languages, namely English and Bahasa Indonesia. Writing abstract title using bolds for abstract substance written Book Antiqua, 10 pt, italic, 1 space, max 250 words. Abstract contains: purpose of writing / research, method of writing / research, and result of research. Keywords can be written in the form of “word”; or “phrase”. We recommend in the form of phrase. Keywords consists of 3-5 words or 3-5 phrases.
 
  • KEYWORDS 
Key writing uses Book Antiqua, 10 pt in size, italics. Keywords are written in words or phrases, preferably in phrases. Keywords consist of 3-5 words or 3-5 phrases, and must be separated by semicolons (;) not comma(,) 
 

1. INTRODUCTION

Introductory section is written clearly that contains an adequate background of the problem, the problem under study, the purpose of the writing, as well as the state of the art of previous research and publications, as proof that the submitted article has originality and has a new contribution to scientific contributions that are important to be published (Teng Berlianty, 2019: 1). The introduction also includes an explanation of the gap analysis and / or urgency of the study compared to previous studies. For this reason, there needs to be a statement of newness from the scientific studies conducted. The statement of novelty is reinforced by the literature review from previous studies. Sources of state of art are recommended from primary sources, namely the relevant journal reference sources and the latest publications both international journals and national journals (La Ode Angga et al. 2019: 2)


2. RESEARCH METHODS

Articles sourced from research results, the research method is written as a separate chapter after the Introduction chapter. The research method includes the type of research, approach methods, sources of legal materials and data sources, techniques of collecting legal materials, data collection techniques, and methods of analysis of legal materials and data analysis. For articles on conceptual ideas, it is sufficient to only discuss the method of study approach that is placed at the end of the Introduction chapter.

Example of writing a Research Method.
This paper uses normative legal research methods because the focus of the study departs from the blurring of norms, using the approach: statute approach, conceptual approach, and analytical approach. The technique of tracing legal materials uses document study techniques, and analysis of studies using qualitative analysis.


3.DISCUSSION

Writing the Results and Discussion section contains the results or research findings (scientific finding), followed by a scientific discussion. The description of the discussion in the Results and Discussion chapter is descriptive, analytical and critical. The description of the discussion must be adjusted to the order of legal issues which are the main elements in the study. The theories included in the theoretical framework must be cited in this chapter. The state of art included in the Introduction Section is also reviewed and elaborated in the Results and Discussion Section. Analysis in the Results and Discussion section can be supported by a Table that is presented horizontally. Table Presentations are supplemented by "Table Title" and "Table Source." Each table is followed by a review and author's comments as part of the analysis of the table presented. In addition to the table, the provisions of the Law or other regulations that are presented are complemented by studies and opinions of the author in strengthening and sharpening the analysis of articles submitted for publication.


4.CONCLUSION

The conclusions section in essence contains the essence of the study and at the same time also is the answer to the problems examined in the article. In this regard, the writing of conclusions must be adjusted to the order of the problems being studied and relevant to the research objectives. In the Conclusion section no new discussions or comments from the author can be made. In the conclusion the author's recommendations can be included if any.

Example of numbering format in the Conclusions section

     4. Conclusion

 

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

Express gratitude to those who have contributed to the research, especially those who funded the research including those who individually assisted in improving the writing of articles such as: Advisors, funding institutions, proof-readers, or parties others are considered to have contributed.


REFERENCES

Bibliography in the research article as well as conceptual ideas contains all references used in the study. References used in writing come from publications and publications in the last 10 (ten) years. The composition of the reference list / bibliography is highly recommended to maximize the use of primary sources (60%) in the form of national journals, international journals, theses, dissertations, proceedings conferences both national and international. Other sources (40%) can be in the form of books or other reference sources. Each article submitted uses a minimum of 10 (ten) references by maximizing the primary source, and only references used as citations are written in the Bibliography, and written in alphabetical order (arranged alphabetically) by the author.

Batulis Civil Law Review uses the writing of the APA (American Psychological Association) Citation Style model. It is recommended for authors to use the standard Mendeley, EndNote.

Endnotes
The Batulis Civil Law Review uses the Endnotes model to write down the sources cited by the author.



BIBLIOGRAPHY
 
Book
  • A books with an author:

Last name, first name abbreviation. Year of publication in parentheses. Book title (italic). Place of publication: Name of the publisher.

Example:

Book titled Hukum Organisasi Perusahaan. The author Dr. Teng Berlianty,S.H.,M.Hum. Published by Zifatama Jawara. publishing place Sidoarjo. year 2019.

How to write it in the Batulis Civil Law Review Journal Reading / Reference List:

      [1] Berlianty, T. (2019). Hukum Organisasi Perusahaan. Sidoarjo: Zifatama Jawara.

Peter Van Den Bossche.(2008). The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization: Text, Cases and Materials. New York:Cambridge University Press.

How to write it in the Batulis Civil Law Review Journal Reading / Reference List:

      [2] Bossche, P.V.D. (2008). The Law and Policy of the World Trade Organization: Text, Cases and Materials. New York:Cambridge University Press.

 

  • A book that is more than one author:
The last name, the first author's first name abbreviation, & the last name, the second author's first name. Year of publication in parentheses. Book title (italic). Place of publication: Name of the publisher.
 
Example:

Book titled Buku Ajar HUKUM ISLAM. Penulis Dr. Barzah Latupono,SH.,MH. Dr La Ode Angga,S.Ag.,SH.,M.Hum, Muchtar Aanshary Hamid Labetubun,SH.,MH. Sabri Fataruba,SH.,L.LM. publishing place Yogyakarta pada Tahun 2017. Pubisher: Deepublish.

How to write it in the Batulis Civil Law Review Journal Reading / Reference List:

     [3] Latupono, B. Angga, L. O. Labetubun, M. A. H. Fataruba. S. (2011). Buku Ajar HUKUM ISLAM. Yogyakarta: Deepublish.

 

Journal

[4] Angga, L. O., Latupono, B., Labetubun, M. A. H., & Fataruba, S. (2019). Effectiveness of Law Number 41 the Year 1999 in the Case of Illegal Logging in Maluku Province. Cepalo, 3(2), 141–152. https://doi.org/10.25041/cepalo.v3no2.1848

[5] Berlianty, T. (2018). Penguatan Eksistensi Bahasa Tana dalam Upaya Perlindungan Hukum Bahasa Daerah sebagai Warisan Budaya Bangsa. Kertha Patrika, 40 (2), 99-111. https://doi.org/10.24843/KP.2018.v40.i02.p04

 

Thesis or Dissertation

Writing in sequence is: author's last name, abbreviation of the first name. year in parentheses. Title of the thesis or dissertation in italics. Thesis / Dissertation, University name.

Example:

[6] Labetubun, Muchtar A. H (2010). Perlindungan Hukum HaKI atas Desain Industri terhadap Produk Kerajinan Kerang Mutiara dalan Pemberdayaan Usaha Kecil di Kota Ambon. Tesis, Universitas Brawijaya.


World Wide Web

Online source writing: author's last name, short for first name. in parentheses. Article title. Retrieved from website URL, accessed date.

Example:

[7] United Nations and the Rule of Law. (2015). Environmental Law. Retrieved from https://www.un.org/ruleoflaw/thematic-areas/land-property-environment/environmental-law/, diakses 9 April 2020.

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The manuscript that the author submits is original, has never been written by another writer and has never been published elsewhere.
  2. This paper is not being considered for publication by other journals and will not be submitted for review while being reviewed by the Batulis Civil Law Review Journal.
  3. This text does not contain unlawful, defamatory or other statements and does not contain material that violates the personal or property rights of another person or entity.
  4. The text of this text complies with the style and bibliographic requirements described in the Author's Guidelines, which are found on the About Us page.

Copyright Notice

Copyright:

Authors who publish their manuscripts in this Journal agree to the following conditions:

1. The copyright in each article belongs to the author, as well as the right to patent.

2. Authors are able to enter into separate, additional contractual arrangements for the non-exclusive distribution of the journal's published version of the work (e.g., post it to an institutional repository or publish it in a book), with an acknowledgment of its initial publication in this journal.

3. Authors are permitted and encouraged to post their work online (e.g., in institutional repositories or on their website) prior to and during the submission process, as it can lead to productive exchanges, as well as earlier and greater citation of published work.

4. Authors have the right to self-archiving of the article (Author Self-Archiving Policy)

 

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