Peer Review

The Isaidat Law Review publishes scientific contributions that have passed a peer review procedure. The articles submitted to the Review for publication are preliminary assessed by the Steering Committee. If an article is potentially suitable for publication, the Steering Committee appoints two referees. Referees are selected among authoritative scholars on the basis of required expertise. The peer review is blind. Referees are not informed about the identity of the author and the author is not informed about the identity of the referees. At the end of the peer review procedure, the Steering Committee, on the basis of comments received by the referees, may ask the author to revise the article. The articles that receive a positive assessment by the referees are accepted for publication. The Steering Committee informs authors about the outcome of their submission. In all cases, authors receive a copy of the detailed assessment provided by the anonymous referees.