Journal History


Why this journal title is named SASI: SASI is a term in the Customary Law in Maluku province, which is a general guide to the prohibition or limitation of community rights, women's rights, preventing crime, and protecting natural resources.


Journal History:

SASI was established in 1994, and published by the Faculty of Law, Universitas Pattimura, the first Editor in Chief is George Leasa, S.H.. At that time SASI did not have an ISSN. SASI has published four issues per year.

On January 14, 2003, SASI (Volume 9) received a print ISSN 1693-0061.

Since 2015 SASI (Volume 21) has published two issues per year, in June and December.

In 2017 (Volume 23 No. 2), SASI received Online ISSN 2614-2961 and uploaded it to the Operating Journal System (OJS). In this volume, Editor in Chief was replaced by Sarah Selfina Kuahaty, S.H., M.H., the Editorial Team was changed, and the Peer-Reviewer was added, using a new cover design, and a new template. 

In 2017, SASI is now an open-access journal.

In 2019, SASI was indexed by DOAJ.

In September 2019 SASI obtained the first National Accreditation by the Director General of Strengthening Research And Development, Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education Republic of Indonesia. Decree No. 28/E/KPT/2019. This accreditation is valid from Volume 24 No. 1 Januari - Juni 2018 until Volume 28 No. 1 Januari - Juni 2022.

2019 SASI used new templates starting from Volume 25 No. 2, Juli - December 2019.

in 2020, SASI increased the number of publications to four issues per year: March, June, September, and December. One issue increased to eleven articles.

in August 2020 SASI subscribed to a DOI at Crossref

SASI Using new templates starting Volume 26 No. 3, July - September 2020.

On September 10, 2020, SASI applied for journal re-accreditation

On December 9, 2021, SASI Receives Sinta 2 Accreditation by the Ministry of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency. Valid from the issue of Volume 23 Number 3, 2020 to Volume 31 Number 2, 2025