On the basis of the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine dated October 10, 2013, the articles published in the scientific journal are taken into account by the Department of Personnel Certification of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine as an approbation of the results of thesis for obtaining Doctor and Candidate of Sciences degrees.

For authors

Kherson State University Herald. Series “Legal Sciences” is a legal collection of scientific works founded in 2012.

The journal covers actual issues of theory and history of state and law, state administration, administrative, constitutional, international, civil and entrepreneurial, agrarian and environmental law, criminology, criminal, criminal and procedural law and other branches of law. It also informs about the events of scientific life and legal education in Ukraine; submit reviews of scientific works and textbooks on legal issues.

 Kherson State University Herald. Series “Legal Sciences” is a professional publication on the basis of the Order of the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine dated October 10, 2013, No. 1411 (appendix № 5).

The scientific journal is included in the international scientometric database Index Copernicus International (the Republic of Poland).

Articles of Doctors and Candidates of Sciences, young scientists (adjuncts, postgraduate students, applicants), as well as other persons, who have higher education and are engaged in scientific activity, are accepted for publication.

The editorial staff reserves the right to review, edit, reduce and reject articles. The author is responsible for the reliability of facts, statistics and other information. Reprinting of journal materials is allowed only with the permission of the author and editorial staff.

All articles pass the check for plagiarism via UNICHECK.

 

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE ARTICLE DESIGN

Requirements for the text of the manuscript.

1. A4 size paper. Page option: top and bottom fields – 20 mm, left – 30 mm, right – 15 mm; font – Times New Roman, 14 p.; line spacing – 1.5.

2. The author’s notes are made at the end of the pages, using symbol * as the sign of footnote

3. The volume of author’s manuscripts. The volume of the article is up to 20 pages; scientific reports, reviews, etc. is up to 3 pages.

 

GENERAL REQUIREMENTS:
The sequence of placement of structural elements in a scientific article:
   1. Indicated in the language of the article:
•title;
•surname, first name, patronymic of the author(s) of the article (no more than two persons);
• scientific degree, academic rank (if available), position, place of work/study, e-mail;
•ORCID ID. If you’re not registered in ORCID, you must necessarily create an account by link http://orcid.org/;
•abstract and keywords.
The abstract’s volume: 1800 characters without spaces (250-300 words). The following abstract structure is mandatory: Purpose, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. The abstract should be followed by 5-10 keywords or phrases, none of which duplicates the title of the article.

2. Specified in English:

•title;
• surname, first name, patronymic of the author(s) of the article (no more than two persons);
• scientific degree, academic rank (if available), position, place of work/study, e-mail;
• ORCID ID. If you’re not registered in ORCID, you must necessarily create an account by link http://orcid.org/;
• abstract and keywords.
The English abstract’s volume: 1800 characters without spaces (250-300 words). The following abstract structure is mandatory: Purpose, Methods, Results, and Conclusions. The abstract should be followed by 5-10 keywords or phrases, none of which duplicates the title of the article.
   3. Article text:
Introduction is an obligatory part of the work, in which the author points out the novelty of the topic and the relevance of scientific decisions. The purpose of the study should be clearly indicated along with the research tasks. It is necessary to specify the research methodology, the logic of presentation of the investigated material.
The main text should be divided into content sections with separate headings (up to 4-6 words).
The article should contain conclusions from the study (Conclusions), which present detailed findings drawn based on the results of the study and the prospects for further research in this direction.
  4. Literature:
The bibliographic description of the list of references should be made taking into account the National Standard of Ukraine DSTU 8302:2015 “Information and Documentation. Bibliographic Reference. General Terms and Rules of Composition.” If the list of references is incorrect, the article may be rejected by reviewers.
  5. References:
It shall be executed in accordance with APA Style Reference Citations. Author (transliteration), the title of the article (transliteration), the title of the article (English translation in square brackets), source name (transliteration), source data (a city in English), a publishing house (transliteration).
Transliteration of names from the Ukrainian language is carried out in accordance with the requirements of the Resolution of the Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine “On Regulation of Transliteration of the Ukrainian Alphabet in Latin” as of 27 January 2010 № 55.
Transliteration from the Russian language is carried out according to GOST 7.79-2000. The system of standards on information, librarianship and publishing. Rules of transliteration of Cyrillic script by Latin alphabet.
For transliteration from the Ukrainian language, you can use the service http://ukrlit.org/transliteratsiia and from the Russian – http://ru.translit.net/?account=mvd

Rules for references to literature and bibliographic description:
References to the literature are given in the text only in round brackets according to the example: (Stepykhova, 2009).
If the source page is indicated, it is given through a colon, for example (Bondarenko, 2002: 25–27).

You can download a sample of the article on the site by link http://www.lj.kherson.ua/zrazok_statti.pdf

 

The editorial staff doesn’t register or consider manuscripts that do not meet the requirements.

 

PAYMENT CONDITIONS

 

The publication amounts 580 UAH (up to 12 pages). If the article exceeds the volume, then you have to pay 50 UAH for each additional page. The fee covers the costs connected with editing articles, making-up and printing of the journal, as well as postal mail to authors.

The editorial board carries out an internal anonymous review of the articles and verifies the presence of plagiarism, after which the authors receive the payment details of the publication fee.

 

PROCEDURE FOR MATERIALS SUBMISSION 

 

To publish the article in No. 2, it is necessary to send the following materials before July 5, 2019 (inclusively):

  1. fill out an e-form of the author’s personal information on the link;
  2. send an article;
  3. send a scanned confirmation of payment of a publication fee (payment details of the publication fee will be sent to the email after the article review).

 

The example of file name: Starukh_article, Starukh_payment.

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