Indonesia Law Review

Editor-in-Chief:
Prof. Hikmahanto Juwana


Managing Editor:
Arie Afriansyah

Andri Gunawan Wibisana

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Indonesia Law Review (ILREV) is an initiative of Djokosoetono Research Center (DRC) Faculty of Law University of Indonesia. It aims primarily to facilitate scholarly and professional discussions over current developments on legal issues in Indonesia as well as to publish innovative legal researches concerning Indonesian laws and legal system. Published exclusively in English, the Review seeks to expand the boundaries of Indonesian legal discourses to access English-speaking contributors and readers all over the world. The Review, hence, welcomes contributions from international legal scholars and professionals as well as from representatives of courts, executive authorities, and agencies of development cooperation. The Review basically contains any topics concerning Indonesian laws and legal system. Novelty and recency of issues, however, is a priority in publishing. The range of contents covered by the Review spans from established legal scholarships and fields of law such as private laws and public laws which include constitutional and administrative law as well as criminal law, international laws concerning Indonesia, to various approaches to legal studies such as comparative law, law and economics, sociology of law and legal anthropology, and many others. Specialized legal studies concerning various aspects of life such as commercial and business laws, technology law, natural resources law and the like are also welcomed. A recommendation by the Editors on specific research issues to be covered in each volume may be made available to prospective contributors prior to publication of the volume in April, August and December.

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Vol 6, No 2 (2016)

Table of Contents

Articles

Urgency for Legal Framework on Drones: Lessons for Indonesia, India, and Thailand PDF
Ridha Aditya Nugraha, Deepika Jeyakodi, Thitipon Mahem 137-157
The Protection of Civil and Political Rights by the Constitutional Court of Indonesia PDF
Pan Mohamad Faiz 158-179
Gatekeepers’ Roles as a Fundamental Key in Money Laundering PDF
Paku Utama 180-206
Towards Safer Seafood: What Indonesian Law Should “Say” about Mercury-Contaminated Fish PDF
Margaretha Quina 207-224
The Past is Another Country: Designing Amnesty Law for Past Human Rights Violators PDF
Harison Citrawan 225-245
In Search of Legal Foundation for Indonesian Family Firms PDF
Yetty Komalasari Dewi 246-262

Book Review

Dispute Settlement Mechanisms Under the ASEAN Legal Frameworks PDF
Anbar Jayadi 263-264

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