Papers that are submitted for publication to the scientific-theoretical journal Administrative and Criminal Justice must be problem-oriented and must contain an element of scientific research or scientific creativity. Papers must address problematic issues in legal issues. They also should represent scientific novelty. Papers must be original, namely, they could not be previously published or be under review at any other scientific journal. Papers are blindly peer reviewed. Reviewers are asked to comment on correspondence between the content of the paper and the researched subject as well as scientific quality and novelty of the paper. If a paper is submitted by a student, it must be accompanied by comments of the student’s scientific advisor.

The Journal accepts papers in the following languages – Latvian, English, German or Russian.

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New issue published

The new issue of Administrative and Criminal Justice Vol1, No 86 (2019) already published  
Posted: 2019-09-17
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Vol 1, No 86 (2019)

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