Journal Description


Jurnal Bina Mulia Hukum 
E-ISSN: 2540-9034
Accreditation Status: Nationally Accredited (SINTA 2) ends up to Volume 11 Number/issue 2 Year 2026
Frequency: 2 Issues per year in September and March


The Jurnal Bina Mulia Hukum (JBMH) publishes peer-reviewed public and private law articles from scholars, policy makers, and legal practitioners. The majority parts of the journal focus on national related issues; other parts focus on comparative and transnational law issues, to stand on Indonesian perspective to global problem.
JBMH publishes its content in Bahasa Indonesia as most of the readers and authors will relatively be more familiar with the use legal terminology and avoid some misunderstanding because of the translation to other languages. Nevertheless, we particularly do welcome articles written in English for comparative and transnational law manuscripts due to practicability for expanding reach access to non-Indonesian readers.
Named before one of Universitas Padjadjaran’s ‘pola-ilmiah pokok’ or foundational scientific patterns, means to foster the development of law, the openly access journal is managed and prepared by academician and supporting staffs of the Faculty of Law Universitas Padjadjaran to contribute to positive changes in law. This journal is available in print and online and highly respects the publication ethic and avoids any type of plagiarism.

Vol. 8 No. 1 (2023): Jurnal Bina Mulia Hukum Volume 8 Nomor 1 September 2023

Published: Sep 30, 2023

CRIMINAL LAW POLICY IN BLASPHEMY ENFORCEMENT BASED ON RESTORATIVE JUSTICE

1-20 Rudi Natamiharja, Heni Siswanto, Desia Rakhma Banjarani, Ikhsan Setiawan
535

THE STATUS OF FOREIGN ARBITRATORS UNDER INDONESIAN LAWS

21-34 Huala Adolf
237

IMPLEMENTATION OF A JUDGE'S DECISION REGARDING THE EVIDENCE STATUS IN CRIMINAL CASES RELATED TO BANKRUPTCY CONFISCATION

35-48 Elis Rusmiati
132

IMPLEMENTATION OF THE BEST INTERESTS PRINCIPLE FOR CHILDREN WHO COMMIT VIOLENT CRIMES RESULTING IN THE DEATH OF CHILDREN (STUDY IN THE CENTRAL JAKARTA DISTRICT COURT)

49-62 Rahman Amin, Muh. Fikri Al Aziz
207

THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEIGHBOR LAW IN INDONESIA

63-77 Rizky Amalia, Erni Agustin, Hilda Yunita Sabrie, Latifatur Rokhmah Adhami, Nada Sophia
108

IS IT ILLEGAL FOR FOREIGN VESSELS TO TRANSIT THROUGH INDONESIAN WATERS WITHOUT UTILIZING THE ARCHIPELAGIC SEA LANES?

78-91 Sigit Sutadi Nugroho
71

LEGAL PROTECTION AGAINST VICTIMS OF DOXING CRIME IN INDONESIA

92-105 Deni Achmad, Muhammad Farid, Rasti Putri Januarti, Alyfia Syavira
116

THE ESTABLISHMENT OF A VIRTUAL EMBASSY ACCORDING TO THE 1961 VIENNA CONVENTION ON DIPLOMATIC RELATIONS: THE CASE OF BARBADOS’ METAVERSE EMBASSY

106-127 Tsabita Zhahira, Diajeng Wulan Christianti
81

THE CORRELATION BETWEEN THE UNQUALIFIED OPINION BY THE AUDIT BOARD OF INDONESIA AND ANTI CORRUPTION ACT

128-143 Awaludin Nur Ihfan
969

RES IPSA LOQUITUR: APPLICATION IN PRODUCT LIABILITY

144-157 Windy Virdinia Putri, Danang Wahyu Muhammad
62
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