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Author Guidelines of JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal)
JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) (e-ISSN: 2442-2274; is a periodical peer-reviewed scientific journal published by Faculty of Law, Universitas Pasundan, With the frequency of issuance twice a year, ie in April and October. JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) contains a very specific meaning (superspecialist), which is the process of settling the law through the legal court. JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) is an electronic National Journal, which has a vision in the development of legal science, as well as the harmonization of positive law in Indonesia with the reality of what happened in the community.
JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) Journal Editor contains original and scientific work articles and has novelty value in the form, Research Results and Conceptual Idea in accordance with the systematic writing category of each article that has been determined by the editor.
For JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) Vol. 24 No. 1 (2023) and so on using new uploaded manuscript template above.

1. Author Guidelines in General
Articles sent to the Editorial JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal), consist of 50 pages maximum in one and half-spaced A4 format. Incoming articles are accompanied by the author's biodata, including: Name, origin of university, email address, telephone number and scientific qualifications, educational history. All article pages, including tables, attachments and references must be numbered sequentially. Each table or figure is numbered, title and source of quotation.
All articles must be submitted to JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) at the E-Journal Portal address:, where the author registers as an Author and / or offered as a Reviewer online. If the author has problems with online registration, please contact the Editorial Office at the following email:

2. Write the title, name and address of the author
The title of the article, the name of the author (without an academic degree), and the address of the author's affiliation (written left-right or Justify) on the first page below the article title. The space between the lines between the title and the author's name is 2 spaces, while the distance between the author's name and the address of the author's affiliation is 1 space. 
The title must be written in a short, clear, interesting, quite up-to-date and not more than 8-15 words. The title must indicate exactly the problem to be raised, not provide opportunities for various interpretations, written entirely in capital letters symmetrically.
The title of the article cannot contain abbreviations that are not commonly used. The title should not give the impression that the scope of the article is local.
Responsible Author or Corresponding Author or Corresponding Author must be marked with an asterisk followed by a footnote mark (example: "(1)"). At the bottom of the left column of the first page/abstract, write the sign of Responsible Author or Corresponding Author and also write down the email address (see example). Communications regarding article revisions and final decisions will only be communicated via the Corresponding Author's email.
If there is more than one author, write the names of the authors under the main author. If the author's name consists of two words, the author's first word (first name) should not be abbreviated. If the author's name consists of only one word, write the real name in one word, however, in the online version (HTML) it will be written in two words containing the same name (repeat) for metadata indexation purposes (Camdali & Tunc, 2006; Fridman, 2008).

3. Specific Instructions for Writing Content
Writing systematics is qualified with several categories of articles, namely: Articles as research results and conceptual idea. The systematics for writing for each category of articles are as follows:
ARTICLE TITLE (8-15 words)
Writer's name
Author Affiliation Address
Abstracts are made in English and Indonesian with a maximum of 250 words. Keywords must be written below the abstract text for each language, arranged alphabetically and separated by semicolons with a word count of 3-5 words. Abstract is written in one space and in one paragraph.
I. Introduction
The introductory section must contain (regularly) the general background, the state of the art as the basis for the scientific novelty statement of the article, the scientific novelty statement, and the formulation of the problem or hypothesis. In the scientific article format, both in the introduction and in other sections, it is not permitted to have a literature review as in a research report, but is realized in the form of a state of the art review to show the scientific novelty of the article. The introductory description must have relevance to the title of the article.
The research method describes the methods used in answering problems or solving problems. The methods described here include: research specifications, research materials, research locations, data used, data collection techniques, data processing techniques and data analysis.
The results of research and analysis contain the results of research findings and their discussion which are the results of scientific analysis. Write down the scientific findings (scientific findings) obtained from the results of research that has been done but must be supported by adequate data. The results of the research must then be analyzed and explained scientifically including: What are the scientific findings obtained? Why did it happen? Why is there such a variable trend? All these questions must be explained scientifically. Besides that, it is also good to explain the comparison with the results of other researchers who have almost the same topic. Research results and findings must be able to answer the research hypothesis or problem formulation in the introduction section. Therefore, it is better if the description in this section is divided into several subs according to the formulation of the problem in the introduction. This section is principally a description that focuses on efforts to explain and answer the formulation of the problem in a complete, systematic and directed manner.
Conclusions describe the answers to the hypotheses and/or problem formulations or scientific findings obtained. The conclusion does not contain a repetition of the results and analysis, but rather a summary of the findings as expected from the research or hypothesis. The final section also describes matters that cannot be answered by conclusions in the form of suggestions, responses to research results.
All references referred to in the text of the article must be listed in the Bibliography section. The bibliography must contain references derived from primary sources (scientific journals and preferably a minimum of 80% of the entire bibliography) published in the last 10 (ten) years. Each article contains at least 10 (ten) bibliography of references. Writing a reference system in the text of the article and writing a bibliography should use a reference management application program, for example: Mendeley, EndNote, or Zotero, or others.

4. Guidelines for Writing Quotations/References in Article Texts
Each time taking data or quoting statements from other literature, the author must write down the reference source. References or citations are written in the description/text by means of the author's name and year (Buchari, 2010) or (Buchari & Tien, 2010). If there are more than two authors, only the first author's name is written followed by "et
al" or " et al. (Buchari et al., 2010). Everything that is referred to in the text must be listed in the Bibliography section, and vice versa, everything that is written in the Bibliography must be referred to in the text.

5. Bibliography Writing Guidelines
Bibliography should be written using a reference management application such as Mendeley, End Note, Zotero, or others. The writing format used in the Litigation journal is in accordance with the APA 7th Edition format (American Psychological Association).
a. Libraries in the form of Scientific Journals:
Susanto, A., & Batubara, G. (2016). PENELITIAN HUKUM TRANSFORMATIF PARTISIPATORIS: SEBUAH GAGASAN DAN KONSEP AWAL.LITIGASI, 17(2), 3314-3376. doi:10.23969/litigasi.v17i2.159
b. Libraries in the form of Books :
Gosita, A. (2004). Masalah Perlindungan Anak. Jakarta: PT. Bhuana Populer.
c. Libraries in the form of Chapters in Books :
Birnbaum, N. (1977). The New School of Social Research. In Encyclopedia Americana (Vol. 7). New York: Americana Corp.
d. Libraries in the form of a dissertation/thesis/thesis:
Titahelu, R. (1993). Penetapan Asas Umum Dalam Penggunaan Tanah. Disertasi. Program Pasca Sarjana Universitas Airlangga.
e. Libraries in the form of Seminar Papers:
Sumardjono, M. S. (2005). Perpres No. 36 Th. 2005 Soal Tanah Dinilai Langgar HAM Seharusnya Tidak Bisa Untuk Proyek Lama, Disampaikan Dalam Semiloka Perlindungan Hak Atas Papan/Tempat Tinggal Dalam Persfektif HAM. Komnas HAM. Jakarta.
f. Libraries in the form of articles from the internet:
Haneda Sri Lastoto. (2005). Paradigma AS atas Ukraina. Retrieved October 24, 2005, from

6. General Instructions for Submitting Manuscripts
Articles that meet the writing guidelines (in MS Word format (.word), use this article template) must be submitted in one of the following ways:
Submission of manuscripts using the Online Submission System on the JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal) portal (
Article Writing Guidelines and templates can be downloaded at the following address:
Guidelines for Writing Manuscripts, Manuscript Writing Template, and Manuscript Submission Template can be downloaded from

7. Manuscript Review
Each article will be reviewed independently by at least one Reviewer. The decision of the manuscript to be published, corrected, or rejected is based on the reviewer's report/recommendation. If one or more reviewers consider the article unfit for publication in this journal, then the article will not be processed without a statement explaining the basis for the decision. Likewise for articles that do not comply with the instructions for writing litigation journals, these articles will also not be processed without a statement explaining the basis for the decision.

8. Script Improvements
Articles sent back to the author for revision must be returned to the editor without delay. Revised articles can be sent to the editorial office via Submission Online. Articles revised back at least 1 month will be considered as new submissions.

9. Correspondence Address of the Litigation Journal Editorial Office
Dr. Rd. Hj. Dewi Asri Yustia, SH, MH. (Editor-in-Chief)
Editorial Office of JURNAL LITIGASI (e-Journal)
Faculty of Law, Universitas Pasundan Bandung
Jl. Lengkong Besar No. 68 Bandung - 40261, Email: