The legal journal Yuridika (P-ISSN:0215-840X and E-ISSN:2528-3103) is published three times a year and offers a refereed, independent, and innovative forum for jurists, both academic jurists, and practitioners. Yuridika publishes only original articles from a wide variety of legal disciplinary perspectives concerning issues in Indonesian and international law, with a focus on emerging countries. Since its first printed version in 1976 by Universitas Airlangga in Surabaya, Yuridika is the leading generalist juridical forum in Indonesia. From its beginning, Yuridika aims to expand and improve legal knowledge by providing an open-access forum for discussion. The articles published in Yuridika are going through a double-blind peer review process and will be considered by the Editorial Board of Yuridika based on the review recommendations. The Editorial Board only considers contributions in English.

Yuridika has been accredited SINTA 1 by the Ministry of Research, Technology, and Higher Education of Indonesia since 11 May 2023 based on Decree Number 79/E/KPT/2023. <Download> . Since on March 3 2023, Yuridika has been ACCEPTED in the SCOPUS.

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Announcements

Published Vol 38 No 1

2023-02-25

We happy to share a new issue of Yuridika Jurnal has been published in Vol 38 No. 1. This new issue covers 12 articles, with 24 authors and/or co-authors from 2 countries. This edition consist of 3 major section International Law, Criminal Law, and Civil Law. More detail articles, please check https://e-journal.unair.ac.id/YDK/issue/view/2294

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Current Issue

Vol. 38 No. 3 (2023): Volume 38 No 3 September 2023

This issue has been available online since September 2023  for the regular issue of September 2023. All Articles in this issue were authored/co-authored by 38 Authors from 7 Countries (Algeria, Arab Saudi, Canada, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Ukraine)

Published: 2023-09-30

Civil Law

Constitutional Law

Criminal Law

International Law

Islamic Law