Focus and Scope


Lampung Journal of International Law Journal focuses on the international law in Indonesia’s perspective on a significant impact correlating international law development. Lampung Journal of International Law journal also highlights international law's legal subject, which is the holder of rights and international law obligations. Furthermore, the Lampung Journal of International Law focuses on numerous principles, customary rules, and substances aligned with the international law comparing regulations and law institutions from various countries that focus on scientific spectrums. International law recognizes differences and similarities between the laws, specifically the legal system from countries. In advance, the Lampung Journal of International Law discusses the implementation of laws, which is a further action of law enforcement that aims to support law's function and effectiveness.


Lampung Journal of International Law highlights the international law of the sea, international economic and trade law, international environmental law. The journal encourages contributions on fields that have correlation or interests to the following discussions:

  • United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea
  • maritime boundaries
  • marine biota
  • human heritage
  • sovereignty
  • relations of national and international law
  • World Trade Organization
  • export and import
  • climate change
  • sustainable development goals
  • city resilience
  • international principles
  • intellectual property rights
  • refugees
  • implementation of the international law
  • international law and treaty
  • international human rights law
  • international humanitarian law
  • international organization law
  • diplomatic law
  • international law on dispute settlement
  • international law on-air and outer space
  • international criminal law
  • international law on informatics and technology


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