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Author Guidelines

 
Article Structure
Diversi Jurnal Hukum uses the general organizational structure (document format) of IMRAD (Introduction, Method, Result, and Discussion) in writing journal manuscripts. The IMRAD format has been adopted by an increasing number of academic journals since the first half of the 20th century. Our goal is to use the IMRAD format so that there is no arbitrary publication format but rather a direct reflection of the process of scientific discovery.
IMRAD's structure has proven successful because it facilitates literature reviews, allowing readers to navigate articles more quickly to find material relevant to their purpose. But IMRAD's neat sequence rarely corresponds to the sequence of events or the actual idea of ​​the research presented; IMRAD's structure effectively supports rearrangements that remove unnecessary detail and allows readers to judge a well-ordered and distraction-free presentation of relevant and significant information. This allows the most relevant information to be presented in a clear and logical manner to the reader, by summarizing the research process in an ideal order and without unnecessary detail.
 
Provisions of the article
  1. The submitted manuscripts are original scientific works and do not contain elements of plagiarism.
  2. Manuscripts are written in Indonesian with a minimum length of 25 pages and a maximum of 30 pages, A4 sized paper, Times New Roman typeface, 12 fonts, and 1.5 spaces.
  3. Manuscripts are written in a standard language which is good and correct.
  4. The manuscript is accompanied by the title of the article, the author's name, the author's institution, the address of the author's institution, the author's country, and the author's email.
  5. The title of the article must be specific and straightforward and formulated with a maximum of 12 words (Indonesian) describing the content
  6. articles comprehensively.
  7. The abstract is written clearly, completely, and completely describing the substance of the entire writing in two languages, namely Indonesian and English, each with one paragraph, one space, Times New Roman typeface, 11 fonts and accompanied by keywords.
  8. The keywords chosen must reflect the concepts contained in the article in relation to 3-5 terms.
  9. Every reference (whether sourced from books, laws, and regulations, journals, magazines, newspapers, Online Media, and other data sources) quoted in the Legal Journal Diversion must use Citations and Bibliography automatically with the Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition (Full Note) (We recommend using Mendeley)
 
Footnote
Book
The order of writing footnotes consists of the author's name without an academic degree, the title (and if there are subtitles) the book is italicized, the print or edition (city of publication (colon), the name of the publisher, the year published and ends with the page where the source of the citation is located.
Example:
Sunarji Hartono, Kapita Selekta Perbandingan Hukum, (Bandung: Citra Aditya Bakti, 1988). Hlm. 7
Andrey Sujatmoko, Hukum HAM Dan Hukum Humaniter (Jakarta: Raja Grafindo Persada, 2015). Hlm. 65
Abdul Manan, Penerapan Hukum Acara Perdata Di Lingkungan Pradilan Agama (Jakarta: Prenada Media Group, 2005). Hlm. 9 
 
Books (Written by two or three authors)
Example:
Wasman and Wardah Nuroniah, Hukum Perkawinan Islam Di Indonesia, Perbandingan Fikih Dan Hukum Positif (Yogyakarta: Teras, 2011). Hlm.5
Michael J. Trebilcock and Robert Howse, The Regulations of Internasional Trade Second Edition (London: Routledge, 1999). Hlm. 47
Sukaro Aburaera, Muhadar, and Maskun, Filsafat Hukum Teori Dan Praktik (Jakarta: Prenada Media Group, 2013). Hlm. 9 
 
Magazine
Author's name (as in a book), “text title between quotation marks”, magazine name (bold and italic), number, magazine year in Roman numerals (if any), month and year of publication, and page number quoted.
Example:
Oemar Soeno Adji, “Perkembangan Delik Khusus Dalam Masyarakat Yang Mengalami Moderenisasi,” Hukum Dan Pembangunan (Jakarta, 1987). Hlm. 98 
 
Newspaper.
Author's name (as in books), “title of writing between quotation marks”, name of the newspaper (bold and italic), year, and completed with pages.
Example:
Lim, “Sudah Tiba Waktunya Hukum Integentil Ditinggalkan Sebagai Mata Kuliah,” Kompas, 1979.hlm. 3
 
Thesis
Author's name (as in the book), “title of writing between quotation marks”, (name of university), year, and completed with pages.
Example:
Heru Supratmo, “Masalah-masalah Peraturan-Peraturan Cek Serta Bilyet Giro Di Indonesia, Dalam Rangka mengembangkan Sistem Giralisai pembayaran,” (Universitas Airlangga, 1977). Hlm. 34
Santi Rahmawati, “Perbedaan Struktur Modal Perusahaan Multinasional Dan Perusahaan Domestik” (Universitas Indonesia, 2008). Hlm. 3 
 
Journal
Citation of opinions or facts originating from journals, the order in which the identity is written is the name of the author and “title of writing with quotation marks”, (continued with the words: in) the name of the journal is italicized, the volume or edition, and the page where the source of the quote is.
Example:
Nandang Sutrisno, “Efektifitas Ketentuan-Ketentuan World Trade Organization Tentang Perlakuan Khusus Dan Berbeda Bagi Negara Berkembang: Implementasi Dalam Praktek Dan Dalam Penyelesaian Sengekta,” Jurnal Hukum Ius Quia Iustum 16, no. Edisi Khusus (2009). Hlm. 34
Syukri Hidayatullah, “Perbandingan Hukum Pengaturan Standardisasi Menurut Agreement TBT Dan Undang-Undang No.7 Tahun 2014 Tentang Perdagangan,” Arena Hukum 9, no. 2 (2016). Hlm. 3 
 
National Court Decision
Footnotes to excerpts from the Court's Decision of Level I or Appeal, Cassation or Review, written by writing the word "Decision" followed by mentioning the court at which level the case was filed, the plaintiff, followed by the words "v." the defendant written in italics, followed by the case number followed by the page number referred to.
Example:
Putusan Pengadilan Niaga pada Pengadilan Negeri Jakarta Pusat dalam Tim Likuidasi PT Astria Raya Bank (dalam likuidasi) v. PT Asmawi Agung Corporation, Nomor 05/Pailit/2000/PN.Niaga/Jkt.Pst, hlm.7
Putusan Mahkamah Agung Republik Indonesia pada tingkat Kasasi dalam PT. Bank IFI v. Fadel Muhammad, Nomor 37 K/N/2001, hlm 19Putusan Mahkamah Agung Republik Indonesia pada tingkat Peninjauan Kembali dalam PT Bermis Sarana Wisma v. Duma Hutapea Kurator dan Pengurus PT Bernas Madu Sari, Nomor 011 PK/N/2003, hlm 13 
 
International Agency Decisions
Footnotes for decisions of international bodies, for example, United Nations Resolutions, are written as: include the word "Resolution" followed by the organization that published it, followed by the number of the resolution, complete with the page number referred to.
Example:
Resolusi PBB No. G.A.Res.832, UNICEF, Sessi 9, Supp. No. 21. hlm 19
 
Foreign Court Judgments
Footnote for excerpts from the Foreign Court Decision, written by writing the parties in the case (name of the plaintiff followed by the letter "v." Name of the defendant), followed by mention of the court and the case number followed by the page number referred to.
Example:
Edwards Co. v. Long Island Trust Co., 75 Misc. 2d 739; 347 NYS 2d 898 (Sup. Ct. 1973), hlm 21
United States v. MacDonald, 531 F.2d 196,199-200 (4* Cir. 1976) (resting review of the dispositive issue on the principle of judicial economy, rev'd, 435 u.S 850, 1978. B.D. Int'l Discount Corp. v. Chase Manhattan Bank, 701 F.2d. 1071 (2d Cir.1983), hlm 112
Ben Franklin Retail Store Inc. et. al. v. Kendig, 225 B.R 646  (Bankr. NDIII. 1998), hlm 95 
 
Online media
Footnotes for quotations from the internet are written by the author's name (if any), the URL address (the Uniform Resource Locator), or the address that appears in the internet address window, the article title is printed with quotation marks, and the date of access.
Example:
http://www.hukumonline.com/ detail.asp?id=13426&cl=Berita, "PKPU Kreditor: Tanpa Adanya Utang, Pemohon Tidak Punya Legal Standing," Akses 19 Agustus 2005
Hikmahanto Juwana, "Pailitnya Prudential, Harga Mahal Panasea IMF," dalam http://64.203.71.il/kompas- cetak/M05/19/opini/1029674.htm, Akses 19 Mei 2004
 
Interview
Footnotes for interview results are written by an interview with the name of the research subject or resource person, position, place of interview, and time of interview which includes the date, month, and year written in brackets.
Example:
Interview by Lauren Brook Eisen with Shane Spradlin, CEO, Nextel Communications, Potomac, Md, Mar. 2, 2000
Wawancara dengan Patricia Keane, chief ed., UCLA Law Review, di Los Angeles, California, 2 Maret 2000.