To Whom It May Concern! An International Agency for the Development of Culture, Education and Science(IADCES), in collaboration with the American Society for Legal Historyand the University of Illinois (USA) invites you to appear in the scientific periodical journal
Law and History Review
ISSN: 0738-2480 (Print), 1939-9022 (Online)
Law and History Review (LHR), America's leading legal history journal, encompasses American, European, and ancient legal history issues. The journal's purpose is to further research in the fields of the social history of law and the history of legal ideas and institutions. LHR features articles, essays, commentaries by international authorities, and reviews of important books on legal history. The journal is publishing in English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Turkish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Polish, Bulgarian, Russian and Ukrainian.
The frequency of the issue – 4 issues/year. A part edition of the issued collection of scientific articles is forwarded to the Library of the U.S. Congress, as well as to the libraries of the largest universities of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, the United States of America, Australia and the world.
The journal is intended for students, undergraduates, advanced and postdoctoral students, degree-seeking students, young professionals, lecturers, and academic researchers from different countries.
This issue has been included in the database of the SCOPUSand Web of Science. Source Normalized Impact per Paper (SNIP): 0.665
SCImago Journal Rank (SJR): 0.266
Impact Factor*: 0.565
*2015 Journal Citation Reports®, Thomson Reuters
The deadline for submitting papers for the next journal issue is 25 April 2017.
The distribution term of the publication is up to 180 working days after the end date of the articles acceptance.
Main Headings of the Journal:
Elizabeth R. Dale Professor, Department of History and Levin College of Law
University of Florida
Felice Batlan IIT/Chicago-Kent College of Law
Will Hanley Florida State University
Department of History
David Anderson University of Warwick, UK
Constance Backhouse University of Ottawa, Canada
Edward J. Balleisen Duke University, USA
Stuart Banner University of California, Los Angeles, USA
Lauren Benton New York University, USA
David Bernstein George Mason University, USA
Elizabeth Borgwardt Washington University in St. Louis, USA
Home mailing address with a ZIP code for sending of the publication.
After the address – the full name of the parcel receiver
General Requirements to Articles and information about the Author
Name of the file with information about the author (Application Form for publication)
A separate file with the name «Application form – Author’s surname»
(for example, Application form –Ross)
Name of the file with the article
A separate file called «Article Heading Name – Author’s Name»
(for example, «Philosophy of science–Ross»)
Microsoft Word 97-2013 (doc, rtf)
Top and bottom - 2 cm, left - 3 cm, right - 1,5 cm
Arial, body-size is 14, line spacing – 1,5
Summary of the article
A summary to the article is placed before its main text – 2-3 sentences and an English translated version of the summary to the article is also sent.
List of key words
Eight key words describing the article follow after its summary. The translation of key words into English is also sent.
Making a list of references
Literary sources are given in order to references on pages of the text, and are placed at the end of the article as well as numbered. How to present the list of references, see Appendix 1
Figures / diagrams
Black and white, and embedded in the text
Representing in the embedded Word Editor of formulas
Length of the article
From 8 pages and more
Contacts:InternationalAgency for the Developmentof Culture, Education and Science
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Typical Description of the First Page of the Article
Whereas the article is written in Russian or another language (other than English), blocks involving «Information about the Title of the Article – Author – Summary - Key Words», are translated into English and initially given.
Whereas the article is written in English, blocks involving «Information about the Title of the Article – Author – Summary - Key Words», their translation into Russian or another language is not required.