Guidelines for Author


Jurnal Ilmu Hukum Tambun Bungai published twice a year in June and December. Jurnal Ilmu Hukum Tambun Bungai accepts conceptual articles or research results that have never been published in other media with the following conditions:
Manuscripts can be research results or conceptual articles in the legal field. The manuscript can be written in Indonesian or English for 20-25 pages. The manuscript is typed on A4 paper  font arial 12 pt with a top margin of 3,2 cm, bottom margin of 2,01 cm, left margin of 2,49 cm and right margin of 2,49 cm. Manuscripts must be accompanied by an abstract and keywords in English as well as abstracts and keywords in Indonesian. Abstract and digest consist of 150-200 words each. Keywords and keywords each consist of 3-5 words (template).

Writing system

The systematics of research articles are: Title (Indonesian); Author's Name (without academic degree); Institutions/Institutions; Email address; Abstract in Indonesian and English (150-200 words), keywords; Introduction (without title-accompanied by the background of the problem, objectives, research purposes and formulation of the problem without points), Literature Review, Research Methods, and Research Results and Discussion; Conclusions and recommendations; Bibliography (using Mendeley, for style using Chicago manual of style 17th edition (full note), it is recommended to consist of 70% from research journals and 30% from theses, theses, dissertations and other sources). The submitted manuscript has never been published or requested to be published by other media.

References in articles using footnotes are allowed not to cite complete sources of literature, but only to clarify the description in the body of the article which is impossible to describe in its entirety. Footnotes are typed single spaced and numbered sequentially in Arabic numerals, on the relevant text page.

The style of writing in the Jurnal Ilmu Hukum Tambun Bungai must refer to the Regulation of the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia Number 50 of 2015 concerning General Guidelines for Indonesian Spelling. The writing style that specifically applies to Legal Research Journals is:

  • When referring to an article, the initial letter of the word "article" is written in capital letters.
  • When referring to a verse, the initial letter of the word "verse" is written in lower case and the number is surrounded by bracketed punctuation marks.
  • If in a direct quotation of a phrase, paragraph, or article formulation there is a part that is omitted, please indicate the omitted part with an ellipsis inserted in square brackets […].
  • The abbreviation of the names of statutory regulations is left to the style of each writer, as long as they are used consistently. The recommended form, for example, is “Law No. 1 of 1950”.
  • If there are more than 1 (one) author or editor, include the name of the first person followed by et al.
  • Writers are advised to avoid the enumerative method of description.
  • Bibliography should be referred to from the latest edition and it is highly recommended to come from journals.Authors are strongly discouraged from referring to themselves (self-citation).
  • Academic degrees are not written in the bibliography or footnotes.

The bibliography is arranged alphabetically with the author's name reversed. The procedure for writing is as follows:

  • Book
    ‹author name›, ‹year of publication›, ‹title›, ‹publisher›, ‹place of publication›. Pollock, Frederick, et al., 1888, An Essay on Possession in the Common Law, Clarendon Press, Oxford.
  • Journal Article

‹author name›, “‹title›”, ‹journal name›, ‹volume›, ‹number›, ‹month›, ‹year›.
Pound, Roscoe, “The Scope and Purpose of Sociological Jurisprudence,” Harvard Law Review, Vol. 25, no. 6, April 1912.

  • Research Results/Final Project

‹author's name›, ‹year of publication›, ‹title›, ‹type of publication (result of research/thesis/thesis/dissertation)›, ‹institution›, ‹place of institution›. Mertokusumo, Sudikno, 1971, The History of the Judiciary and Its Legislation in Indonesia Since 1942 and What Benefits It Has for Indonesia, Dissertation, Doctoral Program, Faculty of Law, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta.

  • Papers/Speech
    ‹author name›, “‹title›”, ‹publication type›, ‹forum›, ‹place›, ‹time›. Hardjasoemantri, Koesnadi, "Legal Aspects of Community Participation in Environmental Management", Speech, Inauguration of Professor at the Faculty of Law, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta, 15 April 1985.
  • Articles in Anthologies with Editors
  • ‹name of author›, “‹title of article›”, in ‹editor›, ‹year›, ‹book title›, ‹publisher›, ‹place of publication›.

Madison, James, “The Federalist No. XVIII”, in Hamilton, Alexander, et al., 1837, The Federalist: On the New Constitution, Written in the Year 1788, Glazier, Masters & Smith, Hallowell.

  • Magazine or Newspaper Articles

‹name of author›, “‹title of article›”, ‹name of magazine/newspaper›, ‹date of publication of the article›. Falaakh, Mohammad Fajrul, “The Yogya Monarchy Is Unconstitutional?”, Kompas, 1 December 2010.

  • Internet
    ‹author name›, “‹article title›”, ‹full url address›, accessed ‹access date›. Indonesian Child Protection Commission, "52 State Commissions, KPAI Determined by Natural Selection", .html, accessed January 15, 2011.
  • Legislation

The nomenclature of laws and regulations along with their number, year and title, followed by the number and year of the promulgation. Law Number 5 of 1999 concerning Prohibition of Monopolistic Practices and Unfair Business Competition (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia of 1999 Number 33, Supplement to State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia Number 3817).
Regulation of the Minister of Finance Number 129/PMK.08/2011 concerning Use of Projects as the Basis for Issuance of State Sharia Securities (State Gazette of the Republic of Indonesia of 2011 Number 502).

  • Court decision

Court forum product nomenclature, product number, subject, date of entry into legal force.
Supreme Court Decision Number 55PK/Pid/1996 concerning the Judicial Review of Dr. Muchtar Pakpahan, S.H., M.A., October 25, 1996. Constitutional Court Decision Number 004/PUU-I/2003 concerning Review of the Republic of Indonesia Law Number 14 of 1985 concerning the Supreme Court against the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia, December 30, 2003 .

Writing quotations uses the footnote model. The writing method is as above, but the author's name is not reversed. Pages are shortened to "p.".