Peer Review

All submitted manuscript in Administrative and Environmental Law Review must be aligned to the focus and scope and author guidelines of this journal. The submitted manuscript must fulfill requirements of novelty appropriation regarding focus and scope of the journal. The manuscripts in this journal are provided in English. For Authors who’s native language is not English are suggested to check their manuscript thoroughly. Submitted manuscript should be free from plagiarism content. Authors are recommended to check their manuscript plagiarism in Policy of Screening for Plagiarism. The submitted manuscript to this journal will be peer-reviewed by at least 2 peer reviewed at least 2 (two) expert reviewers. The final decision for the manuscript acceptance is determined by the Editor in Chief together with the Editorial Board.

Administrative and Environmental Law Review uses the Double-Blind Review system, where the reviewer and author do not know each other's names and identities. Then, the Editorial Board will give a decision based on the results of the reviewer’s review. Reviewers will provide opinions toward the related article manuscript based on authenticity, clarity, and contributions to the field of science.

 


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