Djuanda University through its Master of Law Program developed a peer-reviewed scientific journal as one of the contributions to the development of legal science, specifically business law. Every article published will be reviewed by a peer review board that is an expert in the related field, so this article is published according to editorial standards. Publication Ethics is designed to provide a general picture of the expected behavior of peer reviewers, editors, and writers. The Living Law Scientific Journal is a communication medium between academics, researchers and peer reviewers so that the publisher has the responsibility to maintain the validity and independence of the published research publications. The issuance of a pure decision is determined by the quality of the manuscript and is not influenced by advertising or sponsorship. On the other hand, the blinded review method is applied to the subjectivity review process and can be minimized. Author's Duties Have the responsibility to ensure that the articles are original and new and have never been published in other journals. Not allowed to send any articles that are being reviewed in other journals simultaneously. Only allowed to publish their work elsewhere after receiving a rejection from our journal or if they request to withdraw their work is officially accepted by the journal. Must inform the Editor in Chief or the publisher of any inaccuracies in the data in their published work so that the correction or retraction process of the article can be carried out. Must make a significant contribution before agreeing to review submissions. Can refuse to review any submissions that have a conflict of interest or inadequate knowledge. Review all shipments objectively, fairly and professionally. Ethical violations were found when reviewing the Editor in Chief for further action. Must ensure the originality of a submission and be aware of any excessive plagiarism and publication. Just don't discuss the contents of the post without permission. There is time allocated for the review process. Duties of Editorial Board Members Actively contribute to the development and goodness of the larger journals. Continue to support and promote journals. Review any work assigned to them. Duties of the Editor in Chief Evaluate the text fairly and assign reviewers with appropriate competence. Guaranteed confidentiality of information about the manuscript to anyone other than the people involved in the publishing process. Responsible for deciding when and which articles will be published. Actively seek the views of board members, reviewers and writers on how to improve the image and visibility of the journal. Provide clear instructions to contributors to the authors who according to reviewers selected / identified for the review process.