Journal Description

Prophetic Law Review is a law journal published by Faculty of Law Universitas Islam Indonesia. The primary purpose of this journal is to disseminate research, conceptual analysis and other writings of scientific nature on legal issues by integrating moral and ethical values. Articles published cover various topics on Islamic law, International law, Constitutional law, Private law, Criminal law, Administrative law, Procedural of law, Comparative law and other law related issues either in Indonesia or other countries all over the world. This journal is designed to be an international law journal and intended as a forum for legal scholarship which discusses ideas and insights from law professors, legal scholars, judges and practitioners.

Prophetic Law Review is published biannually on June and December.

Current Issue
June 2022
Volume 4, Number : 1

Vol. 3 No. 2: December 2021

Published: December 21, 2021

The Slow Demise Of The Most Favoured Nation

Frances Annmarie Duffy (1)
(1) Faculty of Law, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
111-130
195

Reformulation Of Business Competition Law Enforcement Based On A Hybrid Model

Habibi Habibi (1)
(1) Lecturer, State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Padangsidimpuan, North Sumatra, Indonesia
131-148
130

Authority Of The Commercial Court In Business Competition Cases Post Law No. 11 Of 2020 On Job Creation

Musataklima Musataklima (1)
(1) Lecturer, Faculty of Law and Sharia, State Islamic University of Maulana Malik Ibrahim Malang, Indonesia
149-172
63

Implementation Of Sharia-Compliance In Islamic Bank Product Innovations

Eko Rial Nugroho (1)
(1) Lecturer, Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
173-197
129

Protection Of Healthcare Workers’ Rights To Refuse The Covid-19 Vaccination In Kebumen District

Triyo Rachmadi (1)
(1) Student, Doctoral Program in Law, Faculty of Law, Universitas Islam Indonesia, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
198-219
86

Reformulating Fraud Crimes Under Article 378 Of The Criminal Code Based On Restorative Justice Values

Muhammad Rusydianta (1)
(1) Lecturer, University of Darussalam Gontor and Student of Doctoral Program, Faculty of Law, the Islamic University of Indonesia, Indonesia
220-243
127

Acknowledgement

24

Index

22
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