The Covid-19 pandemic has become a phase that has changed the pattern of life of nations and countries around the world. No exception, in the aspect of humanity and guarantees of the fulfillment of human rights. The dimension of human life is always shaded and upheld by the state. The existence of community rights is the center of presence amid life. Human rights should be recognized and developed in such a way in line with the complexity and demands of human beings who tend to be influenced by local and international environmental locality. Human rights are intensely discussed with the intensity of human awareness of their rights. Human rights have become actual in human history since the beginning of civilization until now. The movement and dissemination of Human Rights continue even beyond the territorial boundaries of a country. As a form of a contribution to human rights issues on post Covid-19 pandemic, the holding of this international conference will continue to raise issues related to the rule of law, democracy, and human rights principles, and so on the theme of the holding of the third international conference.
Various legal issues, which have arisen as a result of the Covid- 19 pandemic, for example in Indonesia there is an Omnibus Law model in the formation of regulations (in case of job creation laws), in South Korea there is a simultaneous election model to respond to the transmission of Covid-19 and so on. Those legal issues, were identically as a form of law reform, during and post Covid-19 pandemic. In another hand, legal phenomenon on post Covid-19 pandemic will lead more interesting, according to the new ide on law reform.
In principle, it drives the Faculty of the Law University of Muhammadiyah Malang to hold 3rd The International Conference of Law and the Call for Papers with Narrating Scene Understanding Law Reform on Post Covid-19 Pandemic. Unlike the previous implementation, this activity was carried out amid concern over the Covid-19 Pandemic. The topics raised at this conference were expanded, including by adding issues about emergency law and health law.