Author Guidelines

Guidelines for the writing of articles at Res Nullius Law Journal can be seen as follows:

Articles are the author's original scientific work and have never been published or are in the process of being published by other media;

Articles emphasize of Legal Studies that focuses on law science (See Focus and Scope);

Articles must be in accordance with the surrounding style and journal template;

The author must submit an article that reviews the actual themes within the scope of Legal Studies that focuses on law science, shows the sharpness of analysis, the updating of references, and no plagiarism. The author must fill in the form for the authenticity of the articles;

The article's systematics are:

  • Title;
  • Author's name (without academic degree), affiliation, and e-mail;
  • Abstracts are written in two languages, Indonesian and English. The abstract contains a maximum of 200 and minimum 150 words;
  • Keywords, between 3-6 words;
  • Introduction;
  • Method;
  • Discussion ;
  • Conclusions;
  • Bibliography.

Articles can be written in Indonesian and English ; 

Articles submitted to Res Nullius Law Journal have been written in Papers A4 (Width: 18, Height: 25), Margin (Top: 3 cm, left: 3 cm, Botton: 2 cm, Right: 2 cm), Times New Roman 12 pt, 1 space ranging in length from 10-25 pages or minimum 4500 words ;

The article submitted to Samarah has been written using the Mendeley manager reference application with Format Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition (full note);

The articles submitted through online submissions must contain the articles file and the academic biographical data;

The articles were sent using English-Indonesian transliteration according to Join Decree 3 Indonesian Ministers