3 thoughts on “European Journal of Legal Studies

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    The Editorial Board’s work is incredible. They are qualified and fast. A few weeks after the submission, you will receive the answer.

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    An awful journal. Even if your paper is well written, they will not pass your piece to peer reviewers unless you are a tenured professor. The editorial board does not follow its own rules and keeps the journal as a handy place for publishing theit own articles and those of their friends. My advice: avoid it, sending your paper here would be simple waste of time while your piece can be under review at a decent journal.

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    Terrible experience. Had a paper rejected without any substantive reason for such a decision. The only explanation was: it lacked several hundred words to fall into one of the categories of papers published in EJLS. Without that, they refused to assess it or send for a review. To me, such a formalistic requirement makes no sense. Perhaps it was only an excuse and their decision was motivated by something else (see other comments). But I cannot speculate about that. In any case, the reason I got was disturbing in itself. I do not understand such a policy. Perhaps it is an isolated experience and it should not be generalised; perhaps not. Besides all this, the editors replied promptly. They were polite. The journal seems to publish interesting papers. For that, they can be commended.

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