Indonesia Law Review (ILREV) is an open access, double-blind peer-reviewed law journal. It was first published by the Djokosoetono Research Center (DRC) in 2011 to address the lack of scholarly literatures on Indonesian law accessible in English for an international audience.
Realizing the global challenges and ever-increasing legal interaction among developing countries, ILREV initiated a new mission to amplify the voices of the Global South by broadening its focus and scope.
ILREV’s broader focus and scope today include, but are not limited to, discourses on legal reform and development, contemporary societal issues, as well as institutional change. By that token, it aims to provide a platform for academic dialogue and exchanges of ideas between scholars and professionals, especially from the Global South. As such, ILREV encourages comparative, multidisciplinary, interdisciplinary, and other approaches to law which can enrich the development of legal scholarship in not only Indonesia but also the Global South as a whole.
Indonesia Law Review is Nationally Accredited (Accreditation Rank II) by the Minister of Research and Technology/National Research and Innovation Agency of the Republic of Indonesia Decision No. 148/M/KPT/2020 on The Accreditation Rank of Scientific Journals Period II of 2020.