International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies ( LCJS ) NEW

International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies (LCJS)
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Frequency: Quarterly
Language: English, Arabic, French

Email: editorlcjs@Refaad.com

Cheif-Editor: Dr. Adnan Alomar

International journal of legal and comparative jurisprudence studies aims at publishing research and scientific articles related to legal sciences and comparative jurisprudence studies that have not previously been published or submitted for publication in the field of law or other related fields. The journal especially focuses on research work that explore recent developments at the national and international levels and pursue the most prominent developments in national legal legislation and international agreements. Furthermore, the journal requires that the scientific works presented be novel, scientific, and objective, and that it should be written using a sound language and a clear style.

Frequency of Publication:
4 issues per year. One Volume comprises of 2 issues. (Jan, Apr, Jul, Oct).

Screening for Plagiarism
Papers submitted to International journal of legal and comparative jurisprudence studies are screened for plagiarism using Similarity Check / iThenticate plagiarism detection tools.

Call for Paper :
CLJS is inviting papers for Vol. 1 No. 1 which is scheduled to be published on April, 2020.
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Submit a Manuscript

Research Topics

  • Common/General law with all its branches
  • Private Law with all its branches
  • International and regional agreements
  • Business law, insolvency matters (bankruptcy)
  • Topics related to international trade
  • Topics related to electronic crime
  • Topics related to electronic commerce
  • Elaborations and comments on court rulings and decisions

Submission Rules

  1. First: The number of pages shall not exceed 30 pages, but in the case of reference studies and doctrinal book summaries (which summarize information contained in other works and do not include new research work) the number of pages shall not exceed 40 pages, and the number of references shall not be less than 50.
  2. Second: The page size is A4, margins are 2.5 cm for all sides, the distance between the lines is one and a half times using the “Times New Roman” 12 script in English, and one and a half times in the Simplified Arabic 14 font for research in Arabic. (This also applies to the Noble Qur’anic verses, the noble hadiths, and all the phrases mentioned, such as (peace be upon him) and (may God be pleased with him) and the like.

Research Content:

Title - Researcher / Researcher's information - Summary using the research language - Keywords using the research language - Introduction – Research material and methods of work - Results and discussion - Thanks and appreciation (if necessary) - References - Title using the second language - Researchers information using the second language - Summary of the research using the second language - Keywords in the second language.
- No more than three rows should be used for the primary and sub-addresses.

Research Title

The title should be written in both Arabic and English, and in French if the research is written in French.
The title is followed by the name of the author(s) and the author’s work organization in both Arabic and English, stating the data of the scientific department to which the researcher belongs, with distinguishing the correspondent researcher.

The Abstract

The abstract should be written in both Arabic and English and it should be brief and contain the following elements: Introduction and importance of the research, research objectives, methods of conducting the research (mechanisms) and the most important results and recommendations, if any, and the abstract should not exceed 250 words.

Keywords

Six keywords should be provided in both Arabic and English and should summarize the areas of interest in the research and should be alphabetically arranged (each according to its language), and it should not have been previously mentioned in the title.

The Introduction

The introduction should include a scientific summary of the importance and development of the research topic, its challenges, its questions and the methodology in which the research was written. The introduction should end with determining the objective of the research.
In the case of research obtained or extracted from thesis and dissertations, this fact should be stated clearly.
The margins should be placed at the bottom of each page

Examples of writing margins :

The Internet reference example:

Andrew D. Mitchell. 2001. Broadening the Vision of Trade Liberalization: International Competition Law and the WTO. retrieved on 28- 12-2019
Location:
https://www.researchgate.net/publication/256039188_Broadening_the_Vision_of_Trade_Liberalisation_International_Competition_
Law_and_the_WTO

Periodicals’ example:

Khasawneh M. Al-khasawneh A. 2018. The legal Frameeork Regulating News Websitets in Jordan An Analytical Study. Dirasat, Saharia and law. 45(4): 443-450

Books’ example:

Hans. K. General Theory of Law And State, The Lawbook Exchange, Ltd,1945.

Translation example:

Daniel Mange. Translation: Alhakeem, Jack. 1996. Unfair competition, Beirut.

Master and PhD theses and dissertations’ example:

Alfuqaha, Elaf. 2019. Rescue Stalled Projects According to the Jordanian Insolvency Law No. (21) of 2018. Master Thesis. College of Law - Al Al-Bayt University.

Judicial decisions example:

Court of Cassation Decision No. (2125/2018), Journal of the Bar Association, No. (4) of 2019, pages 665-670.

Important note

the publication fees will be 60$ till 1/6/2020

Please note that the journal is charged with fees including article processing, Publishing and Indexing Fee
Online
Arabic 200$    60$
English 250$    60$


payment method direct by bank transfer. For more details, please send to the following e-mail

editorlcjs@Refaad.com

We aspire to index and adopt International Journal of Legal and Comparative Jurisprudence Studies contents within the scientific databases.

Ethics of publishing

  1. Integrity :
    The authors shall abide by the ethics of scientific publishing and the manuscripts will be subject to a plagiarism detection review by using ihinticate. Any article that does not comply with the ethics of publishing shall be rejected. furthermore, any manuscript that is subsequently submitted by an another whereby it is proven that it does not comply with the ethics of publishing shall be rejected

  2. Copyright:
    By submitting a manuscript, the authors agree that the copyright for their article is transferred to the journal, if and when, the paper is accepted for publication. The published articles are distributed under the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided each paper is properly cited.
    The contact author of the article needs to fill out and submit a copyright form upon acceptance of the paper and prior to publication. Download the copyright form here:    Copyright  

  3. Conflict of interest: :
    Authors are required to declare to the Editor-in-Chief any Conflict of Interest that may have affected their research or decision to submit to the journal. Reviewers are required to declare if they have any Conflict of Interest that may affect their judgment of any article they review and they must be declared to the Editor-in-Chief as soon as it is known. Editors are excluded from any publishing decision in which they may have a Conflict of Interest.

Procedures and stages

  1. Submission of the manuscript:
    • Manuscripts along with annexes thereto are sent to the journal via electronic mail
    • Or the manuscript is uploaded electrically to the website of the journal
    • The manuscript shall be accompanied, in a separate file, with a brief profile of the author, his place of work and email address.
    • The author shall be notified about the receipt of the article
    • the author need to pay the article processing charges as shown on journal website
  2. The review :
    1. Preliminary examination :
      • The editorial board shall examine the manuscript to determine whether it is in compliance with the formal publishing rules and whether it is eligible for the review process
      • In the preliminary examination, the editorial board applies rules such as: suitability of the subject for the journal; type pf paper ( research paper or otherwise ); language accuracy, documentation relevance ( according to rules approved by the journal); observance of the ethics of scientific publishing; absence of any reference in the manuscript and bibliography / reference list and any other formal publishing rules declared by the journal.
      • The author shall be notified upon receipt of the manuscript and the result of the Preliminary examination
      • The journal may add a phase labeled “completing and improving the research” in the event that the journal decides that the manuscript is promising however, it is in need on improvements prior to entering the review process. In such a phase, the journal shall provide the author with guidance and recommendations that would lead him onto the path of such improvement that will assist in ensuring the “eligibility” of the manuscript for the review process.
    2. The review:
      • Every manuscript shall be subject to a dual blind review performed by peers.
      • The editorial board shall inform the author of its decisions, a summary of the remarks, required amendments if needed. This is accompanied by the reviewers’ reports of summaries thereof.
      • The reviewers shall remain anonymous in the report sent to the author
    3. introducing modifications :
      • The author shall make the necessary modifications to the manuscript based on the results of the review process and shall resend it to the journal showing the modifications in “track changes”.
      • The author shall indicate in a separate file that accompanies the modified manuscript his responses to all the points raised in the editorial board’s letter and the reports submitted by the reviewers.
    4. Acceptance and rejection :
      • the journal shall reserve the right to accept or reject the manuscript based on the author’s adherence to the publication requirements and the requirements of the journal’s editorial board .

Formal rules (preliminary examination)

  1. Topic relevance:
    • The topic of the manuscript shall fall within the academic focus of the journal ( as reported by the journal)
  2. The text :
    • The title and the author’s full name shall be in English language.
    • The manuscript shall include:
      • An abstract in a single paragraph (150 to 200 words). The abstract describes the topic, methodology, the main findings, and the conclusion.
      • Three to six key words
    • The abstract and key words shall be prepared in English language
    • The text shall be fluent and linguistically correct ً
  3. Tables and charts:
    • The tables, figures and charts shall be prepared as required by the formatting and style guide adopted by the journal
  4. Size :
    • The text shall comply with the minimum and maximum limits in terms of the number of words required by the journal

Content rules

  1. The scientific (theoretical) framework
    • There is a research problem worthy of investigation. It shows that one or more aspects of the fact under study are not known by the scientific community (literature) and that they need to be revealed.
  2. The methodology :
    • The research method shall be suitable to the problem under investigation.
    • The research methods are rigorous, accurate and logical.
    • Data analysis procedures shall be logical and should provide opportunities to answer the questions and extrapolate the results to new situations.
    • The manuscript shall provide information and ideas that constitute an added value in its field or in the approach to the research problem.
    • The research paper presents information and ideas that add to its field or approach the problem at hand
      1. In quantitative research
        • There is a thorough review of the Arabic and international literature, covering the most important works and justifying the research of the topic and research questions and the review is presented in the form of academic - intellectual pleading (not a consecutive list of abstracts). In a way that reflects the intellectual position of the author and help to put the research in the appropriate scientific framework.
        • Research questions are academic / intellectual questions that logically derive from the theoretical framework and from the literature review and target ambiguous points that need to be clarified.
        • The hypotheses are in the form of initial answers to the raised questions, and logically derive from the review of literature and contextual data.
        • The samples are justified and / or representative, and the instrument used is correct, consistent and suitable for research.
        • The way of presenting the data is precise.
        • The subject matter as presented in the title and literature review is consistent with the collection and analysis of information while avoiding slipping from the topic itself to the "viewpoint" of the audience.
      2. In qualitative research
        • The studied materials (documents, texts, observations, statements, answers, etc.) have credibility and significance and their selection is justified.
        • The approach is clear, whether it is ethnographic, philosophical, or historical. The research method is specific, whether it is based on content analysis, case study, viewing or extrapolating data, or seeking grounded theory.
        • The researcher determines his background and direction, which helps to understand his choice of subject and method of research and his interpretation of the results.
  3. The results:
    • Clearly responds to the research questions and provide added value in the field of research
  4. The conclusion and discussion :
    • Here, the author summarizes the main results and provide that these results add to the knowledge base on the research topic as compared with previous literature and in relation to educational theories and discusses differences and areas of consensus within the research context.
  5. The recommendations :
    • Recommendations should refer to matters that need further research .


Responsibilities of the Editor

The Cheif-Editor of Law is responsible for both deciding which articles submitted to the journal shall be published, and for everything published in the Journal.

In making these decisions, Editor can be refer to policies of the Journal’s editorial board and check the plagiarism, defamation, and copyright.

The Cheif-Editor can communicate with other editors and with the reviewers while making decisions about publication and be ready to publish corrections, clarifications of the withdrawal reasons, and apologies when needed.

The Cheif-Editor shall not divulge any information about a submission being considered to anyone other than the Author, the Editorial board members, the Reviewer and potential reviewers, as appropriate.

Reviewer’s contribution

International journal of legal and comparative jurisprudence studies follows blind peer review policy. The paper is sent to the reviewer to review the paper in the light of journal's guidelines and features of a quality research paper. For papers which require changes, the same reviewer will be used to ensure that the quality of the revised paper is acceptable.

Promptitude

Any requested Reviewer who feels incompetent to referee the reported research results or realizes that its timely review is not possible shall promptly inform the Editor so that other reviewers can be considered.

Authorship of a submission

Authorship of a submission Authorship shall be restricted to those who have made a major contribution to the idea, plan, carrying out, or analysis of the submitted research. All persons who have made major contributions should be listed as legitimate co-authors. If there are others participants in certain important phases of the research, they should be named in an Acknowledgement section.

The corresponding author shall ensure that all legitimate co-authors and no illegitimate co-authors are present in the author list of the submission, and that all co-authors have read and approved the final version of the paper and have agreed to its submission for publication.

Any addition, deletion or rearrangement of author names in the authorship list should be made only before the manuscript has been accepted and only if approved by the Editor. To request such a change, the Editor must receive from the corresponding author the reason for the change in author list and written confirmation (e-mail, letter) from all authors that they agree with the addition, removal or rearrangement. In the case of addition or removal of authors, this includes confirmation from the author being added or removed.

Fundamental errors in published works

When Author discovers an important error or incorrectness in her/his own published work, it is the Author’s duty to immediately notify the Editor or Publisher and cooperate with them to either retract the paper or to publish an appropriate erratum.
Any addition, deletion or rearrangement of author names in the authorship list should be made only before the manuscript has been accepted and only if approved by the Editor. To request such a change, the Editor must receive from the corresponding author the reason for the change in author list and written confirmation (e-mail, letter) from all authors that they agree with the addition, removal or rearrangement. In the case of addition or removal of authors, this includes confirmation from the author being added or removed.

Publisher’s confirmation

In cases of alleged or proven scientific misconduct, fraudulent publication or plagiarism the publisher, in close collaboration with the Editor-in-Chief, will take all appropriate measures to clarify the situation and to amend the article in question. This includes the prompt publication of an erratum or, in the most severe cases, the complete retraction of the affected work. The Publisher and the Journal do not discriminate on the basis of age, color, religion, creed, disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin, race, gender, genetic predisposition or carrier status, or sexual orientation in its publishing programs, services and activities.

The Journal binds itself to ensure that advertising, reprint or other commercial income shall have no effect on editorial decisions.

Editor-in-Chief

Dr. Adnan.Alomar

Yarmouk University
E-Mail : adnan.alomar@yu.edu.jo

Editorial Board

Prof.Dr. Ali khattar Shatnawi

Jerash University
E-Mail : khattar96@yahoo.com

Prof.Dr. Aqel Y. Makableh

Yarmouk University
E-Mail : Makableh@yu.edu.jo

Prof.Dr. Yusuf M. Obeidat

Yarmouk University
E-Mail : yusuf@yu.edu.jo

Dr. Naieem Alotom

Yarmouk University
E-Mail : naieem.m@yu.edu.jo

Dr. Abd alslam A. Alfadel

Yarmouk University
E-Mail : a.alfadel@yu.edu.jo

Dr.Jamal Alnaimi

al albayt university
E-Mail : alnaimi_jamal76@yahoo.com

Dr. Ahmad A. Al-Zaqibh

Yarmouk University
E-Mail : ahmad.zaqibh@yu.edu.jo


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