Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

Journal of exploratory studies in law and management (JESLM) (Online ISSN 2375-9887, Print ISSN 2380-7431)publishes the results of original scientific researches, reviews and short communications, in all fields of Law and Management sciences. This journal is a common forum for publishing original research papers and review articles in all the fields of Law and Management researches. All Law and Management studies areas are considered for publication including for Law: Private Law, Public Law, Criminal sciences, Criminalistics, Juridical Sociology, Juridical Psychology, Juridical informatics, Contract Law, Constitutional Law, Land Law, Agricultural Law, Family Law, Criminal Law, Property Law, Jurisprudence, Administrative Law, Code of Civil Procedure, Alternate Dispute Resolution, Law of Evidence, International Trade Law, Corporate Law, Human Rights Law and for Management: Educational Management, Executive Management, Strategic Management, Organizational climate, Health Management, Governmental Management, Crisis Management, Change Management, Financial Management, Ethics in Management, Educational Technology  and other related areas.


Section Policies


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Peer Review Process

All manuscripts receive an initial review by the Journal Chief Editor and/or assistant editors to determine the originality,validity,and importance of content and conclusions. Manuscripts with insufficient priority for publication will be rejected promptly. Other manuscripts are sent for peer review. All reviewers remain anonymous. Authors are informed about the Editor’s decision after the review process is completed. Letters to the Editor may be submitted online either as responses to published articles (follow the link 'submit a response' when viewing an article online) or as general letters to the Editor. Letters may be up to 500 words in length with a maximum of 5 references.


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.