Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

 

terAs Law Review is an open access and peer-review journal with a double-blind review process. terAs Law Review encourages and accepts contributors from all over the world to submit their articles particularly on:

  • International Humanitarian Law

  • International Human Rights Law (with special reference to armed conflicts)

 

However, terAs Law Review also receives various manuscripts from other branch of law, as long as the topic of discussion has to do with armed conflict, such as:

  • International Law

  • International Criminal Law

  • International Environmental Law

  • The Law of Treaty

  • International Settlement of Disputes

  • Refugee Law

  • Diplomatic and consular relations

  • Disarmament Law

  • Cyber Law

  • Philosophy and Theory of Law

  • Constitutional Law

  • Islamic Law

  • Etc.

 

Section Policies

Articles

Checked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed
 

Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

 

Publication Ethics

Duties of Author(s)

  1. Author shall submit original manuscript and follow instructions (Author Guidelines) issued by terAs Law Review.

  2. The author must ensure that the manuscript has not been published in any other publication.

  3. Once the Author received the Reviewer's assessment sent by the Editors, he or she should revise, edit or improve their manuscripts based on Reviewer Assessment Form, and submit the revised manuscript within a specified time frame.

  4. The author may resubmit rejected manuscript after it has been revised. The revised manuscript will be assessed directly by the Editors based on the Reviewers’ assessment.

 

Duties of the Editor(s)

  1. The Editors must check the manuscripts concerning the suitability and writing techniques based on Editor Checklist Form.

  2. The Editors must keep the confidentiality of the manuscript between Authors and Reviewers in the reviewing process.

  3. The Editors must promptly notify the Authors on the status of their manuscripts.

  4. The Editors must disclose any conflict of interest in publishing the manuscript. They must keep the manuscript confidential, and not to use part or whole manuscript for their benefit.

 

Duties of Reviewer

  1. Reviewer must assess manuscripts professionally based on individual capacity and intellectual knowledge within a specified time frame.

  2. Reviewer must describe his or her reviews in the Reviewer Assessment Form. However, it is permissible for the Reviewers to add comments.

  3. Reviewers must keep all information contained in the manuscript as confidential and not to use part or whole materials for their benefit.

  4. Reviewer who feel unqualified to review the manuscript must notify the Editors immediately.