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INFORMATION FOR AUTHORS OF THE JOURNAL “HERALD OF CIVIL PROCEDURE”
Articles devoted to fundamental problems of civil, commercial, administrative and enforcement procedure, arbitration, mediation and notary are accepted for publication. Content of articles should show author’s and academic approach, developing a doctrine of civil procedure.
The publishing house is publishing authors’ works on a non-reimbursable basis. No fee is taken for publishing articles.
The fact of providing the preprint to the editorial office via e-mail or on a paper carries is an author’s consent with publication provisions.
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The article should not be published in another journal.
Any borrowing and citation should be formatted according to the standards of our journal.
All authors should reveal financial or other information implying a conflict of interests, that may affect a result of article publishing (financial support of an article should be disclosed).
If an author find a substantial error or mistake in his/her article, an author undertakes to notify the journal editor promptly.
The editorial office provides for a fair double-blind review of presented articles and seeks to prevent any potential conflict of interests between an author and the editorial office. The editorial office guarantees that all information, connected to presented preprints is kept as confidential.
REQUIREMENTS FOR ARTICLES FORMAT.
Article volume: 1-3 printed sheets (40 000 - 120 000 characters, including spaces). Publishing of a material of a smaller or larger volume should be coordinated with the editorial office.
Main text: font Times New Roman 14, interval 1,5; footnotes: font Times New Roman 12, interval 1,0, footnotes format - page by page. File format .doc (for Microsoft Word 2003-2007).
The article is appended by an abstract (minimum volume: 150 words) in which the main idea of an article should be revealed; keywords (minimum number: 5)/
Name of an article, abstract and keywords should be translated into English language (abstract volume in English should be no less than 150 words, number of keywords - no less than 5).
Information about an author is provided in a separate file, there should be stated: surname (last name), first name, middle name in full, place of work (study), job position, telephone number, address for receiving correspondence and e-mail.
Article text and information about an author are attached to the letter as files saved in any version of Word in format .doc, .docx.
Author should guarantee authenticity of an article; by presenting a work to the journal for publication an author should confirm that an article is authentic and was not copied or borrowed completely or partially from other sources without strict citation system: anti-plagiarism check is required, report/screenshot should be attached, authenticity percentage should be no less than 70%.
E-mail for contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Article format example for the journal
“Herald of civil procedure”
АКТУАЛЬНЫЕ ПРОБЛЕМЫ ГРАЖДАНСКОГО ПРОЦЕССА
Доцент кафедры гражданского процесса МГУ им. Ломоносова,
кандидат юридических наук
Аннотация на русском языке – не менее 150 слов, курсивом, Times New Roman, 14.
Ключевые слова: не менее 5 слов, курсивом, Times New Roman, 14.
ACTUAL ISSUES OF CIVIL PROCEDURE
Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil
Procedure of the Lomonosov Moscow State University
Abstract in English language – no less than 150 words, cursive, Times New Roman, 14.
Keywords: no less than 5 keywords in English, cursive, Times New Roman, 14.
[ARTICLE TEXT (TIMES NEW ROMAN, 14, INTERVAL 1,5)]
(Article list of literature - besides in-text footnotes)
No less than 15 author’s sources:
JOURNAL ARTICLE IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE:
Аlekseevskaya E.I. Pravo znat’ ili sboj sistemy kontrolya [The right to know
or failure of the control system] // Vestnik arbitrazhnoj praktiki = Herald of arbitration practice. 2018. № 3. P. 3. (In Russian)
MONOGRAPHS, STUDENT BOOKS, TEXTBOOKS:
Reshetnyak V.I., Smagina E.S. Informatsionnie tehnologii v grazhdanskom sudoproizvodstve (rossijskij i zarubezhnyj opyt) [Information Technologies in Civil Legal Proceedings (Russian and Foreign Experience)]. Moscow, 2017. (In Russian)
Osipov Yu.K. Podvedomstvennost’ yuridicheskikh del: Uchebnoe posobie [Jurisdiction of Legal Affairs: Tutorial]. Sverdlovsk, 1973. (In Russian)
Vaskovsky E.V.; Tomsinov V.A. (ed.). Uchebnik grazhdanskogo protsessa [Textbook of Civil Procedure]. Moscow, 2003. (In Russian)
Neznamov A.V., Neznamov Al.V., Yarkov V.V. Sovremennoe sostoyanie grazhdanskogo i administrativnogo sudoproizvodstva na postsovetskom prostranstve [The Current State of Civil and Administrative Proceedings in the Post-Soviet Space]. In Evropejskoaziatskij pravovoj kongress «Pravo, politika i ekonomika v sovremennom mire: vyzovy XXI veka»: Doklady ispolnitel’nogo komiteta k desyatoj sessii kongressa [Europe-Asian Legal Congress «Law, Politics and Economics in Modern World: Challenges of the XXI Century»: Reports of the Executive Committee for the Tenth Session of the Congress]. Yekaterinburg, 2016. (In Russian)
Petrova N.G. Compensation of damage inflicted by the breach of legislation on reasonable terms of cases review: Thesis synop. of Candidate of legal sciences. Moscow, 2008, P.50.
FOREIGN SOURCES - should be mentioned on the original language, avoiding abbreviations and if possible following format requirements for Russian language literature:
Warwick K., Shah H. Turing’s Imitation Game: Conversation with the Unknown. Cambridge University Press, 2016.
JOURNAL ARTICLE IN FOREIGN LANGUAGE:
Surden H. Machine Learning and Law. Washington Law Review, 2014, vol. 89(1).
ELECTRONIC RESOURCES IN INTERNET - should be written the heading of the title page of the resource, full internet-address and date of last visit to the web-page:
Tatarstan Republic Commercial court web-site < http://tatarstan.arbitr.ru/> (visit date: 29.01.2016).
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Information about the author
Ivan Ivanovich Ivanov (Moscow, Russia) – Candidate of Legal Sciences, Associate Professor of the Department of Civil Procedure, Lomonosov Moscow State University (Kremlyovskaya St., 18-326, Moscow, 109074, RUSSIA; e-mail: email@example.com).