Unram Law Review
Vol 3 No 2 (2019): Unram Law Review (Ulrev)

Institutions In Legal Systems As Embodiments Of Legal Purposes

Derita Prapti Rahayu (Faculty of Law University of Bangka Belitung)
Faisal Faisal (Faculty of Law University of Bangka Belitung)
Tony Tony (Faculty of Law University of Bangka Belitung)

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Publish Date
30 Oct 2019


The statement that human life in society is governed by law. The law referred to here is the law known in the Regulations of State product legislation, established by the authorities, socialized through books, books and writings, not understood as the law that lives in society as a social construction even those that are thus only classified as social norms. The presence of law in the community agrees to integrate and coordinate interests that can conflict with each other that are integrated in order to be able to strengthen as little as possible. Organizing those interests is carried out with those interests and interests. The law that discusses this is a community-made law that contains the daily knowledge of each individual member of the community as a starting point for the birth of a social order.

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Law, Crime, Criminology & Criminal Justice


Universitas Mataram(Unram) Law Review(ULREV) is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Law Faculty of Mataram University, is Indonesian Journal of Law as a forum for communication in the study of theory and application in Law Contains articles texts in the field of Law. The purpose of this journal ...