The quaterly published online, double blind peer-reviewed Journal ("Student Rights and Legal Education Journal") accepts the articles corresponding to its aims and scope written in English. Publication in the Journal is free of charge and published in open access.
The authors, while making a submission, have to confirm that: the article is original and written by them; the article is not under the consideration in any other journal; all the authors of the paper were indicated; there is not any conflict of interest when it comes to the article; no one's rights have been violated by the article and its content. At any time before accepting the article for publication, the authors are able to withdraw their article from the submission process in the Journal.
Way of submitting the article: the corressponding author should send two editable files (anonymous version and one with names of the authors) to [email protected]. In the e-mail, the corresponding author should also provide: names of the authors, their academic degrees, affiliations, ORCID ID, e-mail addresses, phone numbers, and the confirmation (statement) from the previous paragraph.
The Journal accepts: original papers (articles), review papers, case reports, reports, glosses, and any other forms fitting in the Journal's aims and scope. The articles should be should be at least 20,000 characters long, including spaces. For other forms published in the Journal, the minimum is equal to 10,000 characters including spaces. There is no upper limit to the length of the paper, although the Editorial Team recommends that it should not exceed 60,000 characters, including spaces.
Build of the paper:
Times New Roman 12, single-spaced, employs italics, rather than underlining — except with URL addresses; all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
1. Authors' names (corresponding author should be listed first), their affiliations, ORCID ID (in the main text), and short BIO (in the footnote).
2. Title (bold and centered).
3. Abstract (200—250 words).
4. Keywords (5—7).
5. Acknowledgments and informations about funding.
6. Main text of the paper.
7. Bibliography (in the alphabetical order by the surnames).
First-degree header (bold and centered)
1.1. Second-degree header (centered)
1.1.1. Third-degree header (aligned to the left)
Author, Title, translators (if any), City Year, page.
Alberti L.B., On the Art of Building in Ten Books, Rykwert J., Leach N., Tavernor R. (translation), London 1988, pp. 188, 190.
Author, Title, "Journal" issue/year, translators (if any), page.
Einstein A., Podolsky B., Rosen N., Can quantum-mechanical description of physical reality be considered complete?, "Physical Review" 47/1935, p. 778.
Author, Title [in:] Author/editor of the book, City Year, translators (if any), page.
Geethakarthi A., Application of Sustainable and Low-Cost Sludge-Based Adsorbents for Textile Dye Degradation [in:] Muthu S.S. (Eds.), Advances in Textile Waste Water Treatments. Sustainable Textiles: Production, Processing, Manufacturing & Chemistry, Singapore 2021, pp. 27—30.
When available, please provide an URL to the book/article/chapter before the page. Citing legal acts and court decisions according to the rules provided for by the relevant legislation.
The Journal free of charge provides open access to its contents to everyone. The holder of the copyrights of the articles published in the Journal is the Publisher (Foundation for the Student Rights; the author waives the proprietary — economical — copyrights to the publisher). The articles are published on CC Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 license and everybody is more than welcome to cite the papers published in the Journal.