Mulawarman Law Review <p><strong>Mulawarman Law Review&nbsp; (MULREV)</strong>&nbsp;is a peer-reviewed journal published by Faculty of Law, Mulawarman University. MULREV published twice a year in June and December. This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.</p> <p>The aims of this journal is to provide a venue for academicians, researchers, and practitioners for publishing the original research articles or review articles. The scope of the articles published in this journal deals with a broad range of topics in the fields of Criminal Law, Civil Law, International Law, State and Administrative Law, Islamic Law, Economic Law, Adat Law and Local Custom, Natural Resources and Environmental Law and another section related contemporary issues in law.</p> <p>ISSN: <a href=""><strong>2527-3477</strong></a> | e-ISSN: <a title="Link ke website LIPI" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>2527-3485</strong></a></p> en-US <p>Note: All copies, paper, electronic or other use, of the information must include an indication of Mulawarman Law Review (MULREV) and Faculty of Law Mulawarman University and a full citation of the journal source. Please refer requests for reprints to the corresponding author, and requests for all other uses not covered above, including the authorization of third parties to reproduce or otherwise use all or part of the article (including figures and tables) to: Mulawarman Law Review (MULREV).</p> (Haris Retno Susmiyati (Editor in Chief)) (Imron Rosadi, S.Kom) Mon, 22 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 OJS 60 Legal Consequences of The Absense of Informed Consent in Therapeutic Transactions <p>A person's right to their own body is one of the human rights protected under the right to self-determination,1 and this protection also applies to patients seeking treatments. The process of giving information by the doctor, which is then followed with the consent to medical action by patient, is known as informed consent. In Indonesia, the protection of such right is contained in various laws and regulations. This is a descriptive legal research, with normative-judicial or library research method and qualitative data analysis. The discussion covers topics regarding therapeutic transaction as a form of agreement, the presence of informed consent in therapeutic transactions, and the consequence of the absence of informed consent from the perspective of civil law. It is also supplemented with case decision study on Case Decision No. 3203 K/Pdt/2017 which proves that the lack of informed consent is a legitimate ground for a lawsuit.</p> Vicia Sacharissa Copyright (c) 2020 Mulawarman Law Review Mon, 22 Jun 2020 03:10:50 +0000 Marine Litter Management Policy: State Responsibilities And The Role Of Local Wisdom <p>Indonesia as the biggest maritime state has not only advantages but also obstacles in managing sea. Called potential because of its large resources but it also brings into a fact of the lack in exploitation of the sea. Such transportation and exploitation have caused a lot debris in the sea which is harmful. This article aims to examine state responsibility in prevent and tackle marine debris. It also aims to enhance local wisdom as solution. This article is normative juridical, using statute and conceptual approach. It is made deductive from specific issue into general issue based on primary, secondary, and tertiary legal materials. After collecting all material, this article then analyzes it qualitatively. The result show that state responsibility has been implemented only in level of regulation. Although some regulation has underlined local wisdom as important matter, in fact, Indonesia still in process of inventory related local wisdom and still far from enhancing the local wisdom as solution to prevent and tackle marine debris. These practices are different to some states which apply their local wisdom as one of solution. Therefore, Indonesia must collaborate legal policy and local wisdom to achieve higher result in preventing and tackling marine littering. A legal policy that born from the way of life in community may accepted better.</p> Yohanes Hermanto Sirait, Ai Permanasari Copyright (c) 2020 Mulawarman Law Review Tue, 30 Jun 2020 05:38:31 +0000 Penegakan Hukum Illegal Fishing dalam Perspektif UNCLOS 1982 <p>Indonesia merupakan negara kepulauan terbesar kedua didunia yang mempunyai kekayaan sumber daya perairan yang cukup tinggi serta sumber daya hayati yang beranekaragam. Indonesia juga berada pada posisi yang sangat strategis di antara negara-negara didunia, letaknya yang strategis inilah yang menimbulkan kemungkinan terjadinya berbagai macam kejahatan yang terjadi di laut. Salah satunya adalah tindak pidana illegal fishing. Penelitian yang digunakan adalah yuridis normatif dengan menggunakan pendekatan Undang-Undang (statute approach) serta pendekatan konseptual (conseptual approach). Hasil dari penelitian ini adalah United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS 1982) sebagai ketentuan hukum internasional mengatur secara umum tentang penegakan hukum di laut teritorial maupun zona ekonomi ekslusif (ZEE) suatu negara yang diimplementasikan dalam hukum nasional melalui perundang-undangan. Adapun Undang-Undang yang mengatur secara spesifik mengenai illegal fishing yakni Undang-Undang No. 31 Tahun 2004 yang diubah menjadi Undang-Undang No. 45 Tahun 2009 tentang Perikanan dan Undang-Undang No. 5 Tahun 1983 tentang Zona Ekonomi Eksklusif Indonesia (ZEEI).</p> Asiyah Jamilah, Hari Sutra Disemadi Copyright (c) 2020 Mulawarman Law Review Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Implementasi Green Growth Economic pada Industri Kelapa Sawit melalui Sertifikasi ISPO <p>Industri kelapa sawit merupakan industri strategis nasional karena selain sebagai penyumbang devisa terbesar juga memiliki dampak besar terhadap perekonomian di Indonesia. Tidak dapat dikesampingkan fakta bahwa industri kelapa sawit juga menimbulkan sejumlah dampak negatif bagi lingkungan. Perdebatan dari kalangan konservasitisme dan developmentalis terkait kelanjutan pengelolaan sumber daya alam tidak akan menyelesaikan akar masalah sebenarnya. Pemerintah perlu mengatur kelanjutan pengembangan industri strategis kelapa sawit. Persaoalan dalam penulisan ini adalah pemerintah dalam sepuluh tahun terakhir berkali-kali membatalkan aturan tentang sertifikasi industri kelapa sawit yang lestari (sertifikasi ISPO) akibatnya pendekatan green growth economic belum dapat terwujud pada industri kelapa sawit. Metode Penulisan dalam penelitian ini yuridis normatif dengan fokus melakukan kajian yuridis terhadap implementasi konsep hukum lingkungan green growth economic terhadap kebijakan sertifikasi pada industri kelapa sawit. Hasil kajian penelitian ini menunjukkan aturan yang tidak jelas dan mengikat terkait sertifikasi ISPO (hanya bersifat voluntary). Selain itu sertifikasi ISPO hanya memberi kewajiban tanpa memberi insentif apapun bagi industri kelapa sawit. Hal ini berbeda jika dibandingkan dengan sertifikasi internasional yakni RSPO, selain memberi kewajiban tetapi juga mampu memberikan insentif berupa harga yang premium menyebabkan sertifikasi ISPO tidak dapat diterapkan secara efektif guna menunjang green growth economic.</p> Rio Christiawan Copyright (c) 2020 Mulawarman Law Review Tue, 30 Jun 2020 00:00:00 +0000 Towards a Reformed Carriage of Goods by Sea Law: Indonesia and Global Practice <p>The UNCITRAL (United Nations Commission on International Trade Law) has adopted four international conventions to standardize laws governing the carriage of goods by sea. Hybrid versions of the four conventions have been largely applied by most maritime countries in the world, which leave a few countries to uphold their own versions, including Indonesia. Ten major trading partner countries with Indonesia have long established the implementation of provisions under the UNCITRAL conventions, while Indonesia still stays with 1898 codes, inherited from Dutch colonization. This paper examines the key provisions and shortcomings of UNCITRAL conventions and their global adoption. The discussion continues to individually evaluate and compare the legal practices of governing carriage goods by sea in Indonesia and its ten major country partners. The comparison analysis results in similar implementation of a hybrid version of the four UNCITRAL conventions adopted by the ten trading partners; which strongly encourages Indonesia to replace the 1898 commercial codes with current international practices that convey the best interests of Indonesia.</p> Tetty Lubis Copyright (c) 2020 Mulawarman Law Review Thu, 06 Aug 2020 13:29:18 +0000