Information for authors
Material submitted for publication can be very diverse: from setting topical theoretical issues to analysis the results of law enforcement practice, as well as involve other issues of public-law relations, therefore during the first year the issue of the magazine is carried out without headings. With increasing number of articles in the issues of the magazine “The Topical Issues of Public Law” it is planned to enter sections in accordance with the new nomenclature of legal scientific specialties.iseoretical issues to analyze
Editorial staff welcomes authors that explore the following issues of public law:
• Administrative responsibility of public bodies’ officials;
• Legal restriction of discretionary powers of public bodies and theirs officials;
• Forming the Institute of public civil servants’ administrative responsibility;
• Improvement of the procedural legislation applicable by arbitration courts in cases arising from public relations;
• Creation of a legal mechanism to exaction from public authorities judicial costs on the disputes arising from public legal relations;
• Improvement of the legal regulation of tax control procedures;
• Definition the boundaries between discretion and delict of public bodies’ officials;
• Improving the mechanism of court’s judgment execution against public bodies, which are debtors by executive documents;
• Legal regulation of permissible limits of judicial errors in administrative and legal disputes;
• Improvement the legal mechanism of regulation of the subject and the limits of proof in administrative and legal disputes;
• Determination of the legal nature of administrative fines for various subjects of liability;
• Improvement of administrative and tort legislation: division of the Code on Administrative Offences in two Codes, the highlighting in the Code on Administrative Offences of public and private subjects of administrative liability;
• Creation of a mechanism to control the execution of administrative penalties;
• The role of administrative law in the anti-corruption activity of the State;
• Providing legal rights protection of patients;
• State control over the provision of health care services;
• Reversal of the arbitration practice in administrative and legal disputes in the context of recognition of judicial errors of the application the norms of law.
The declared scientific interests of the journal do not restrict authors’ choice of publications theme, since if you have interesting, relevant material the headings can be expanded.
REQUIREMENTS TO ARTICLES
The inclusion of the magazine in the international system of citation implies high quality requirements of scientific articles and editorial work, therefore, there are only authors’ scientific publications, consistent with the purposes and tasks of the editorship’s mission in the journal “The Topical Issues of Public Law”.
Articles are published in the original version, without corrections. From the editors’ side only technical correction of the texts is possible. Editorial is not responsible for incorrect data in the articles. The authors assume responsibility for the accuracy of the information contained in the article, including the absence of plagiarism.
To the journal’s editorship accepts the final versions of articles that do not require modifications.
Articles are accepted for publication, in accordance with the following requirements:
- 1. Location and structure of the text of an article:
a) Universal Decimal Classification and Library-bibliographic Classification (UDK and BBK in Russian);
b) Name and information about the author (authors): degree, academic rank, place of employment, study (in bold, align the left edge of the paragraph indented 1 cm, italicized, lowercase letters) in Russian;
c) The name of the article (on the center with capitals, bold), in Russian;
d) Annotation (no more than 8 lines) and keywords, the main text of articles (justified alignment) in Russian;
e) Paragraphs b) – d) in English;
f) The text of the article should be written in Microsoft Office Word with the following format:
- font - Times New Roman
- main text - size 14
- set line spacing to 1.5
- all margins -2 cm
- indentation -1 cm
- orientation - portrait, no hyphenation, no footnotes
Note. Drawings and graphics (distribute on the text and group)
g) literature and sources(in Russian and English).
- 2. Requirements for volume, form and design of an article:
a) The volume of articles - from 5 typewritten pages (maximum volume 1.5 of author’s sheet);
b) Language – Russian or English, other languages are in the form of a graphic element;
c) Figures, tables and graphics - black and white, no fill, hatching is possible.
d) The article is sent to as a separate file *.doc or *.rtf (archiving WinZip or WinRar is possible)
e) References (footnotes) to literature printed inside of the text in square brackets after the quote. First specifies the number of the source, and page number after the comma, e.g. [12, 21]. Footnotes for some sources inside of square brackets, separated by semicolons, e.g. [14.6; 12, 58]
f) References and sources listed alphabetically at the end of the article in the form of a numbered list. In the list of references surnames and initials of the authors are written separately. Literature should be additionally provided in English (see translation rules of literary sources);
g) The article should be signed by the author (authors). The signature is inserted in the form of a graphic element.
- 3. Reviewing
Scientific articles submitted to the editorial pass through the institution of reviewing
- internal (reviewing manuscripts of articles by members of the Editorial Board);
- external (the author submits to the editorial a scanned in color review of his/her article by the leading expert in the relevant branch of law).
The Editor-in-chief of the magazine determines the compliance of the article with profile of the magazine and sends it to the internal reviewing by a specialist (doctor or candidate of juridical sciences) that has the closest to the subject of the article scientific specialization.
Period of reviewing in each case is determined by taking into account the creation of conditions for maximum quick publishing of an article.
In review the following issues should be addressed:
- whether the contents of the article corresponds to the topic stated in the title;
- as far an article corresponds to modern achievements of scientifical and theoretical thoughts;
- whether an article is available to readers on which it is oriented, in terms of language, style, layout, clarity of tables, charts, pictures, etc.;
- whether an article is appropriate, taking into account the previously released literature on the subject;
- what exactly positive aspects and shortcomings of an article, which amendments and additions should be made by the author;
- conclusion on the possibility of publishing the manuscripts in the magazine: “recommended”, “recommended, taking into account the correction of deficiencies noted by the reviewer” or “not recommended”.
Reviews shall be certified in accordance with the procedure established in the institution, where the reviewer works.
In case of rejection the article from the publication the editorial sends to the author reasoned refusal.
Article not recommended for publication by a reviewer will not be accepted for reconsideration. The negative review will be send to the author by e-mail, fax or mail.
The existence of a positive review is not a sufficient reason for publishing an article. The final decision on whether to publish an article or not is taken by the editor, taking into account the views of the editorial board.
The original reviews are stored in the editorial office of the magazine “The Topical Issues of Public Law”.
Note. Reviewing is required on the articles in which reflected the main scientific results of dissertations on competition of scientific degrees of candidate or doctor of jurisprudence.
4. Requirements for the content of an article:
In an article it is not allowed to post of information constituting a State or other secret specially protected by the law. Article should not contain public calls for the implementation of terrorist activities, or publicly justify terrorism. It’s not allowed to contain in the article other extremist materials, as well as materials that promote pornography, the cult of violence and cruelty, information about the ways, methods of development, manufacture and use, place of purchase of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances and their precursors, promotion of any advantages for use of any narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances, their analogues and precursors, as well as the dissemination of information, which is prohibited by federal law.
Articles that contain obscene and unethical expressions against opponents as well as not relevant to requirements of the Federal Law of the Russian Federation No. 2124-1 of December 27, 1991 “On mass media” will not be accepted for publication.
5. Rules of translation of references into English
When translating the Russian-language sources (books, monographs, and reports) uses transliteration of the surnames and initials of authors, transliteration and translation of source name in square brackets, year and place of publication, number of pages. Place of publication must be fully translated (Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, etc.). Title of publication (may be in italics) is separated with a dot.
If is mentioned a Russian-language article in a magazine, the article's title can be omitted. It is necessary to specify the official English version of the journal name (translation or transliteration is normally indicated on the site of the log), if there is no any you should use the usual transliteration. Also indicates the publication date, issue number, pages of an article. Title of publication (may be in italics) is separated with a dot. For the issue of a magazine uses designation No.; for pages – p.
When transliteration in parentheses indicates source language (rus).
For transliteration, you can use the online systems, for example:
Sample of list of literature layout (Latin)
The Russian-language book:
Kalinina L. A. Administrativnaja otvetstvennost': ucheb. posobie / otv. red. L. L. Popov. [Administrative responsibilities: tutorial / Executive Editor L. L. Popov] – Moscow.: Norma, 2009. 496 р. (rus)
The Russian-language article in a magazine:
Kizilov V. V. Vidy administrativnyh nakazanij grazhdanskih sluzhawih [Types of administrative penalties of civil servants] // Magazin «Problems of law». 2011. № 2. – p. 147-152. (rus)
Maksimov I. V. Administrativnye nakazanija v sisteme mer administrativnogo prinuzhdenija : Konceptual'nye problemy : dis. ... d-ra jurid. nauk. [Administrative penalty in the system of administrative enforcement: conceptual problems : Ph.d thesis]– Saratov, 2004. 483 р. (rus)
Not a Russian-language book:
Niemi E. Structural Stress Approach to Fatigue Analysis of Welded Components. Designer's Guide. 2000. 102 p.
Not a Russian-language article:
Kaplin V. V., Uglov S. R., Bulaev O. F., Goncharov V. J., Voronin A. A., Piestrup M. A. (2002). Tunable, monochromatic x rays using the internal beam of a betatron. Applied Physics Letters. 2002. No. 80(18). pp. 3427-3429.
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ё e, ye п p щ shch
ж zh р r ы y
з z с s э e
и i т t ю yu
The letter "E" of the Russian alphabet is transliterated into the Latin alphabet as "YE" if it is at the beginning of a word, after vowels and letters "Ъ" and "Ь". In all other cases – as "E".
For example, Евгений= Yevgeniy, Анатольевич= Anatolyevich, Сергеевич= Sergeyevich.
The letter "Ё" is transliterated into the Latin alphabet as "YE" if it is at the beginning of a word, after vowels and letters "Ъ" and "Ь". In all other cases – as "E".
For example, Ёлкин= Yelkin, Планёрная= Planernaya.
Letters “Й” и“Ы” are transliterated as”Y” in both cases.
For example, Быстрый= Bystryy.
Letter “Ц” is transliterated as “TS”. In the same way as the combination of letters “ТС”.
For example, Царёв= Tsarev.
Combination of Russian letters “КС” is transliterated as “KS”, but not as “Х”.
6. Information about the author (authors)
The magazine publishes open information about the author (s) which in addition to academic rank, degree, place of work, study, includes: postal address of the author or an email address on which an interested person may sent correspondence on the article he has read in the magazine. The preferred method of communication is indicated by the author. Telephone number of the author is published only under his direction of the need for such a publication.
7. Recomendations for the preparation of an article's annotation
Abstract in the periodical publication is a source of information about the content of the article and its research results, because:
- provides the opportunity to find out the main content of the article, to determine its relevance and decide whether to read the full text of the article;
- provides information about the article and eliminates the need to read the full text of the article, in the case if the article is of a secondary interest for the reader;
- used in the information, including automated, systems to search for articles and information.
Annotation should be: informative (not to include common words), the original, substantive (to reflect the main content of an article and studies), structured (to follow the logic of description of the results in this article), compact (stowed in the amount of 3 to 8 lines).
The annotation includes the following aspects of the content of an article:
- the subject, the purpose of the author’s research work;
- the method or methodology of the author’s research work;
- the results of the author’s research work;
- area of results application;
Introduces the basic theoretical and experimental results, actual data, discovered relationships and patterns. At the same time the preference is given to new results and data of long-term value, important discoveries, findings that contradict existing theory and data, which in the opinion of the author, are of practical importance.
Findings may be accompanied by recommendations, assessments, suggestions, and hypotheses described in the article.
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- Representing an article for publication, the author adopts the following offer:
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