Ethical Guidelines for Peer Review
Abhidhvaj Law Journal upholds a stringent Double-Blind Reviewing Procedure to guarantee impartial evaluations. Authors bear the responsibility of expunging any identifiable information, such as names and affiliations, from both the manuscript and accompanying files. A distinct Title Page, including the title, author details, affiliations, and contact information for the corresponding author, must be submitted separately. Caution is advised against self-citations that could unveil the author’s identity.
Furthermore, adherence to COPE’s Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers is paramount. Peer Reviewers are committed to upholding the highest ethical standards throughout the evaluation process, as outlined in COPE’s guidelines (https://publicationethics.org/resources/guidelines/cope-ethical-guidelines-peer-reviewers). This ensures integrity and fairness in the peer review system of the Abhidhvaj Law Journal.