Mandalika Law Journal (MLJ) is an international journal founded by Yayasan Baru Haji Samsudin. It has 2 editions per year (May and November). MLJ is an open access, double peer-reviewed electronic journal that aims to offer an international scholarly platform for national and cross-border legal research in government regulations. Published material includes large academic papers that critically discuss various aspects and areas of law as well as short papers such as reviews of recently published books and notes on current legal issues. The aim of the Mandalika Law Journal is to present the highest quality research to the widest possible audience.

This journal determines the specific topics that will be discussed in each issue which can be analyzed from various legal perspectives as mentioned. However, it does not limit itself to discussing Indonesian Law.

MLJ accepts submissions from all over the world. All submitted articles must not be published elsewhere, be original and not be considered for another publication (To check for Plagiarism, the MLJ Editorial Board will screen for plagiarism using the Turnitin application program). If indications of plagiarism are found (above 25%), the editorial board will automatically immediately reject the manuscript.