The procedure of writing and submitting the manuscripts in Padjadjaran Journal of International Law (PJIL) are as follows:
- Subject of the article should only be limited to (public) international law issues.
- Manuscript must have not previously been published on any media and must not contain any plagiarism.
- Manuscript is in English. Authors, particularly those whose first language is not English, may wish to have their English-language manuscripts checked by a native speaker before submission. This is optional, but may help to ensure that the academic content of the paper is fully understood by the editor and any reviewers.
- Manuscript must be submitted in Microsoft Word containing of approximately 8000-10000 words (including the references).
- Authors must submit manuscript via the PJIL website http://jurnal.fh.unpad.ac.id/index.php/PJIL .
- The manuscript is written in journal format systematically, which includes: Article’s Title, Author Name, Abstract, Keywords, Judul, Abstrak, Kata Kunci, Introduction, Discussion (consisting of subdivisions), Conclusion and References
Font and Paragraphs
- Manuscript is on a A4 size paper, with the Calibri font, 11 pt size, and a single space.
- The first paragraph in each section is not indented, and the second and subsequent paragraphs should be left indented by 0.6 cm. The margin for each side (right, left, up, down) is 3 cm.
- The title of the article must be straightforward and specific which illustrates the main point of the article comprehensively.
- Titles should be centred in bold, italicized, and have title capitals.
- All articles should be accompanied by an abstract both in English and in Bahasa Indonesia and should state comprehensively the purpose of the research, the principal results and the major conclusion.
- The abstract is written in 10 pt of Calibri font, with a single space. The Abstract should not exceed the limit of 250 words.
- All abstract should be accompanied by keywords which consists of 5 words/phrases, must be arranged alphabetically and it must show the essential points of the article.
Name and Autobiographical Notes
- Contributors are requested to supply their full name in whatever convention they personally prefer, not necessarily adopting the first name followed by last name convention and the surname / family shall not appear in all capitals.
- Autobiographical details should appear as the first footnote of each contribution [as an asterisk (*)], and include as separate sentences:
(i) the contributor’s professional qualification(s);
(ii) (in parentheses) the institution(s) at which they were earned or jurisdictions in which they apply;
(iii) current title and institutional affiliation.
(iv). Acknowledgements (if any) may also be included.
Abstract goes here
* Advocate (Indonesia). Professor, Faculty of Law, Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung Indonesia. I wish to thank A, B, and C for comments on an earlier draft.
- The number of levels of headings should not normally exceed four.
- First-level headings should be flush left. Type in large capitals. Precede by Introduction with capitalized letters e.g., A,B.
A. FIRST-LEVEL HEADING IN LARGE CAPITALS (INTRODUCTION)
- Second-level headings should be flush left. Type with initial capitals for main words only. Preceded by Arabic numbering, e.g., 1, 2, etc.
- Second-Level Heading
- Third-level headings should be flush left. Type with initial capitals for main words only. Precede by lower-case letters, e.g., a, b, etc.
- Third-Level Heading
- Fourth-level headings should be flush left. Type with initial capitals for main words only. Precede by lower-case letters in parentheses, e.g., (a), (b), etc. End with a colon.
- Fourth-Level Headings
C. Citations Style and Bibiliography’s Reference
- This article uses Footnotes for internal citations
- This article also requires Bibiliography’s References (References) at the end of the paper in the form of a list of alphabetically arranged references (a-z)
- The references are divided into their respective source categories, which is written in the following order: Books, Journal, Legal Documents, and Other Documents
- The method of reference and citation are using MLA Formatting and Style
- The footnotes are written with the Calibri font, 8pt size, single space, with the indent on the first paragraph and it should be hanging by 0,5 cm. The space between each footnote is after 0 pt.
- Footnotes are different from the bibliography’s reference, even though they look similar. It requires specific pages after the references
John MO Shijian, International Commercial Law, 4th ed, Chatswood, New South Wales: LexisNexis Butterworths, 2008, at 357
- Subsequent citations should be in the form: Author, supra note 12 at 345.
For citations which repeat the citation in the immediate preceding footnote, please use ibid. For instance:
1 XUE Hanqin, Transboundary Damage in International Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004, at.257
3 Ibid., at 21.
Author’s Last Name, First Name. Book Title. Place: Publisher, Year published.
Xue Hanqin, Transboundary Damage in International Law, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2004
Editor’s Last Name, First Name, editor. Title of Book. Ed., Publisher, Year published
Bausch, Richard, and R. V. Cassill, editors. The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction. 8th ed., W.W. Norton, 2015
Chapter in Edited Book
Chapter Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Chapter.” Title of Book, edited by First Name Last Name. Ed., Publisher, Year published, page range.
Woolf, Virginia. “Kew Gardens.” The Norton Anthology of Short Fiction, edited by Richard Bausch and R. V. Cassill. 8th ed., W.W. Norton, 2015, pp. 43-62.
E-Book from the Internet
Author’s Last Name, First Name. Title of E-book. Publisher, Year published. Title of Website, web address.
London, Jack. The Sea-Wolf. Grosset & Dunlap, 1904, ia802701.us.archive.org/27/items/seawolfby00londrich
Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Web Page.” Title of Website, Date published, web address.Date of accession.
Sabat, Yaika. “Puerto Rican Writers, Poets, and Essayists.” BookRiot, 22 Nov. 2017, bookriot.com/2017/11/22/quotes-about-impostor-syndrome/.Accessed 3 June 2019.
Online Journal Article
Article Author’s Last Name, First name. “Title of Article.” Title of Journal, vol. number, issue no., Date published, page range. Title of Website, DOI or web address. Date of accession.
Ioannidou, Elena, and Angela Ralli, Theoni Neokleous, and Marios Andreou. “Greek in Enclave Communities: Language Maintenance of the Varieties of Cypriot Romeika in Cyprus and Cretan Greek in Cunda, Turkey.” Mediterranean Language Review, vol. 26, 2019, pp. 157-186. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/10.13173/medilangrevi.26.2019.0157. Accessed 3 June 2019.
Print Journal Article
Article Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Article.” Title of Journal, vol. number, issue no., Date published, page range.
Brundan, Katy. “What We Can Learn From the Philologist in Fiction.” Criticism, vol. 61, no. 3, Summer 2019, pp. 285-310.
Article Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Magazine Article.” Title of Magazine, vol. number, issue no., Date published, page range. Title of Website, website address.
Natarajan, R. “Preparing for Education 4.0.” Education World, vol. 21, no. 1, Jan. 2020, p. 40. EZineMart, www.ezinemart.com/educationworld/index.php?pagedate=01012020#.
Article Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Print Magazine Article.” Title of Print Magazine, vol. number, issue no., Date published, page range.
Seymour, Gene. “Henry James and Pigs’ Feet: Ralph Ellison’s Letters Fulfill His Great First Novel’s Promise.” Bookforum, vol. 26, no. 5, Feb/Mar. 2020, pp. 14-15.
Article Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Online Newspaper Article.” Title of Newspaper, Date published, page range. Title of Website, website address.
Berthiaume, Lee. “Backlog of Applications for Vets’ Benefits Grows By The Thousands.” Toronto Star, 11 Feb. 2020, A9. PressReader, www-pressreader-com.i.ezproxy.nypl.org/canada/toronto-star/20200211.
Article Author’s Last Name, First Name. “Title of Print Newspaper Article.” Title of Newspaper, Date published, page range.
Larry, Gordon. “Sending Mom and Dad Off to College for the Day.” Los Angeles Times, 11 Feb. 2020, pp. B1-B2.
International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, 19 December 1966, 999 U.N.T.S. 171, 6 I.L.M. 368 (entered into force 23 March 1976) [ICCPR].
Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination Against Women, 18 December 1979, GA Res. 34/180, UN Doc. A/34/46 (entered into force 3 September 1981) [CEDAW], art. 8.
General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade, 30 October 1947, 58 U.N.T.S. 187 (entered into force 1 January 1948) [GATT].
Treaty of Amity and Cooperation in Southeast Asia, 24 February 1976, online: ASEAN <http://www.aseansec.org/1217.htm> [Treaty of Amity and Cooperation].
Kyoto Protocol to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, 11 December 1997 (entered into force 16 February 2005), online: UNFCC <http://unfccc.int/resource/docs/convkp/kpeng.pdf> [Kyoto Protocol].
Universal Declaration of Human Rights, GA Res. 217 (III), UN Doc. A/810 (1948).
Fragmentation of International Law: Difficulties Arising from the Diversification and Expansion of International Law, Report of the Study Group of the International Law Commission (ILC).
Vienna Declaration and Programme of Action, World Conference on Human Rights, UN Doc. A/CONF.157/23 (1993), chapter I(5).
Judgments, Orders, and Advisory Opinions
Case concerning East Timor (Portugal v. Australia),  I.C.J. Rep. 90 at 103.
Fisheries Jurisdiction Case (Spain v. Canada), Order of 8 May 1996,  I.C.J. Rep. 58 at 59.
Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons Case, Advisory Opinion,  I.C.J. Rep. 226 at 230.
Nuclear Tests Case (New Zealand v. France), Order of 22 September 1995, Dissenting Opinion of Judge Weeramantry,  I.C.J. Rep. 288 at 341.
Case Concerning Land Reclamation by Singapore in and Around the Straits of Johor (Malaysia v. Singapore), Decision of 1 September 2005,  XXVII Reports of International Arbitral Awards 133 at 133-45.