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Jambe Law Journal
Published by Universitas Jambi
ISSN : 25987925     EISSN : 2598795X     DOI : -
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Jambe Law Journal is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Faculty of Law Jambi University twice a year in May and November. It aims primarily to facilitate professional discussions over current developments on legal issues in Indonesia as well as to publish innovative legal researches concerning Indonesian laws and legal system, as well as a forum of intensive legal studies in Indonesia. Jambe Law Journal welcomes academics, scholars, university students, and others interested people to contribute the result of their studies and researches in the areas related to law, primarily Indonesian law.
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Local Government Efforts in Realizing Gender Responsive Regional Policies in Banyumas District Riris Ardhanariswari; Tenang Haryanto; Manunggal KW; Siti Kunarti
Jambe Law Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.4.1.1-19

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The international community has come to an agreement on the importance of gender issues to solve such problems as the gender inequality, the gap between men and women. Gender issues have become a part of the national direction and strategy in carrying out national development. Therefore, addressing these issues has to be integrated in various national policies. The central government has granted authorities to each region in Indonesia to make gender-responsive regional policies, hoping that the concept of justice and gender equality in Indonesia be realized properly. This study uses a normative legal method by examining secondary data normatively such as laws and regulations, research papers on policy gender-responsive regional development. This article was originally a research focusing on the Government of Banyumas Regency in creating a gender-responsive regional policy. Through Banyumas Regent Regulation Number 35 of 2018 concerning Guidelines for Implementation of Gender Mainstreaming, the Banyumas Regency Government has supported gender responsive regional policies.
Legal Constructions of Apprenticeship for Notary Candidates in the Framework of Rechtsidee Yetniwati Yetniwati; Taufik Yahya; Pahlefi Pahlefi
Jambe Law Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.4.1.93-110

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This article discusses the concept of the legal construction of notary candidate apprenticeship within the framework of rechtsidee (law ideals). This article demonstrates that the so called rechtidee has always focused on three ideals, namely legal certainty, legal justice, and legal benefit. With regards to apprenticeship, it is argued, however, that these three ideals are not sufficient. Most legal studies have forgotten another basic ideal, namely the education principal which is inevitable in establishing a professional and qualified notary. The article demonstrates how the apprenticeship should be addressed to reveal the concept of legal construction for prospective public notaries. It is believed that there is a legal but moral relationship between a notary candidate and a notary public apprentice under the supervision of the government or a designated official. The principles of education in apprenticeships would enable the notary candidates to have sufficient knowledge and wisdom, and other character buildings like dedication, harmony, mutual relationships, role model, as well as, but not limited to, honesty. Given its functions, apprenticeship legal construction has to be developed in regulations not only based on the principles of legal certainty, legal justice, and legal benefit, but also on the principles of education
The Local Customary Law: The Contribution of Adat Law in Preserving the Lubuk Larangan in Jambi Dwi Suryahartati; Firya Otaviarni; Windarto Windarto; Sukamto Satoto; Suhermi Suhermi
Jambe Law Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.4.1.43-68

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This article discusses the living law which stands behind the Lubuk Larangan tradition in Jambi, Indonesia. While many academics stand on belief that Lubuk Larangan is about the conservation, the article argues there is a metaphysical belief and sacred agreement that triggers such conservation by the indigenous people. Such belief has been overlooked by academics resulting in the failure of seeing the very fundamental life of the indigenous people, as long as their legal practice is concerned. This article demonstrates that the customary law norms can be found in the customary seloko of Jambi Malay, norm which is reflected the whole lives of the indigenous people, both in private and public lives. This article found that the tradition demonstrates a communal way of living and togetherness based on the need of the community. The natural conservation is nothing but the reflection of the sacred, mystic, religious adat and law to keep the nature survive
Waqf Regulation: Potential and Social Problems of Mosque-Based Productive Waqf Management Suhairi Suhairi; Khoirul Abror; Agus Alimuddin; Oki Hajiansyah Wahab
Jambe Law Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.4.1.69-92

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Waqf land in Indonesia is very large and very wide. But there has not been a maximum productive waqf management. The management of productive waqf that can be done is mosque-based. This article attempts to study the potential and social problems of mosque-based productive waqf management. It explored mosques in the study, ranging from The Jami’ mosque of Batanghari of East Lampung Regency, Babussalam Pekalongan Mosque of East Lampung Regency, Taqwa Mosque of Punggur, Central Lampung Regency, and Al-Muhajirin Mosque Abung Semuli of North Lampung Regency. Of the four mosques studied, it can be stated that all have the potential to be carried out productive waqf management considering assets like yard and strategic location and have strategic position to build businesses centres like shops / minimarkets, BMT, food stalls, clinics, schools, fish ponds. Despite the existence of the Law on Waqf that allows the Nazhir to get not more than 10% of the profit, the waqf treasures of the mosques are not well managed by the nazhir, especially in its utilization
Non-Penal Policy of Syariah Institutions in Preventing Juveniles from Narcotics Abuse in Aceh Province, Indonesia Zaituni Zaituni; Riza Nizarli; M Yakub Aiyub Kadir
Jambe Law Journal Vol 4 No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22437/jlj.4.1.21-41

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This paper aims to discuss non-penal policies of Syariah institutions through families and educational institutions in preventing juvenile from committing narcotics abuse under the Aceh Qanun on Drug Abuse Prevention Facilities. Originally, a normative legal research, res covering legislative review and supporting with data that found in the field and stakeholders interview as supporting data in the use of research methodologies. The result indicates that Aceh syariah institutions are authorized to carry out non-penal policies in preventing child or juvenile narcotics abuse, as known under sadd adz-dzari’ah in islamic methodology (usul fiqh). However, to date, the application of preventive measures through family and educational institutions has not had any progress yet. Hence this paper suggests Syariah institution in Aceh, including Dinas Syariah Islam, Aceh Ulama Assembly, Dayah Body and Aceh Syariah Police in collaboration with Anti Narcotic Institution, to pay serious attention to non-penal policies to ensure the children safe from narcotics acts. This contributes to highlight the prevalence of non-penal policy can be more effective rather than penal policy in preventing children from narcotics abuses in Aceh province, Indonesia

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