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BALTIC JOURNAL OF LAW/ BALTIJAS JURIDISKAIS ŽURNĀLS /БАЛТИЙСКИЙ ЮРИДИЧЕСКИЙ ЖУРНАЛ
BALTIC JOURNAL OF LAW

Publishing House: Baltijas Starptautiskā akadēmija
Subject(s): Law, Constitution, Jurisprudence
Frequency: 4 issues
ISSN: 1691-0702
Status: Active

  • 2015
  • 2016
  • 2017
  • Issue No. 1/36
  • Issue No. 2/37
  • Issue No. 3/38
  • Issue No. 4/39
  • Issue No. 1/40
  • Issue No. 2/3/41
  • Issue No. 4/43
  • Issue No. 1/44
  • Issue No. 2/45
  • Issue No. 3/46
  • Issue No. 4/47
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Short Description

BALTIC JOURNAL OF LAW ● BALTIJAS JURIDISKAIS ŽURNĀLS ● БАЛТИЙСКИЙ ЮРИДИЧЕСКИЙ ЖУРНАЛ
Baltic Journal of Law was founded in 2002 as international research and practice law journal to be published quarterly.  BJL is the official periodical of the Baltic International Academy of Riga, Republic of Latvia.
The Baltic Journal of Law publishes topical applied research, scientific and analytical articles written by academics, lecturers, research fellows and students of law, postgraduate students, and doctoral candidates, as well as by legal practitioners and professionals such as lawyers, notaries, law enforcement officers, and court officials. Also, proceedings of international research and practice conferences held by the Baltic International Academy and by the Baltic Journal of Law; reviews of scientific publications appear in the BJL.
The languages of publications are: Latvian, Russian or English with all the abstracts/summaries available in English. Complete versions of the articles and other materials are available in open access on the official website of the Journal: www.balticlawjournal.lv

Submission guidelines

The ethics of scientific publications.
The Editor in Chief and the members of the Editorial Board pursue a balanced, objective, and communicative editorial policy, in accordance with international and national requirements.
The editorial policy of the BJL comply with the publication standards of COPE Code of Conduct, approved by the International Committee of Publication Ethics, and in accordance with the provisions adopted in 2010 at the II World Conference on research integrity compliance held in Singapore in 2010.
All articles are reviewed by the Editorial Board. Depending on the content of an article, its topical and polemic nature, four levels of reviewing may be applied: main editor, open peer-review, single blind PR, double blind PR.
Authors can submit their articles for consideration by the Editorial board via blj.bsa.edu@gmail.com