ISSN (Online): 2587-5043
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„Law and World“ Code of Publishing Ethics
1.1. The code defines ethical norms and conducts of publishers/reviewers of the journal “Law and World”.
1.2. The purpose of the Code is to determine the professional dignity of “Law and World” based on moral responsibility, to respect its activities, and to build trust in the society towards highly qualified scientific publications.
2. The journal “Law and World” is based on the following publishing principles:
The editorial board/reviewer takes full responsibility that his/her work is conducted within the ethical standards. This creates trust in the audience and is the primary basis for the quality of the journal.
a) The editorial board/reviewer is independent of any influence or pressure. It expresses a high level of professional attitude. When formulating an opinion, the editorial board/reviewer evaluates all the important criteria and does not fall under the influence of the interests of oneself or other persons.
b) If the Editor-in-Chief is listed as an author/co-author of an article, he/she isn’t allowed to be involved in the evaluation process of that article. Responsibility of manuscript submission should be delegated to another editor or editorial board member.
a) The Editor-In-Chief/editorial board member/reviewer should not disclose information about the manuscript while evaluating the article, shouldn’t use the obtained information for personal purposes, or in a way that contradicts the author’s interests or harms the journal’s goals and ethics.
b) The editorial board/reviewer should not use the information, data, theories, or interpretation of the submitted article until it is published unless the author has given permission to do so.
c) Reviewers should not pass the manuscript to another to carry out the review without permission from the Editor-in-Chief.
a) Reviewers should clearly support and justify the basis for their review analysis.
b) Any reader or author will have the opportunity to ask the Editor–in–Chief for clarification.