Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia is a peer-reviewed journal committed to upholding the ethical standards of publication. To provide readers with high-quality journals, we state the following principles of the Statement of Publication and Malpractice Ethics. All articles that do not meet this standard will be removed from publication at any time, even after publication. By our code of conduct, we will report every case of alleged plagiarism or duplication of publishing to the relevant authorities. Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia has the right to use plagiarism detection software to filter papers sent at any time.
- The author must ensure that they have written the original work.
- The author must ensure that the manuscript has not been published elsewhere.
- The author is responsible for editing the language before submitting the article.
- The author is responsible for the authenticity of the manuscript (free of plagiarism) either in part or in full.
- The author must inform Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia about any conflicts of interest.
- Authors must report errors they find in their manuscripts to Jurnal Hukum Lingkungan Indonesia.
- The author agrees with the license agreement before submitting the article.
- All articles must be submitted using online submission procedures.
- The Editorial Board must ensure a fair peer-review of articles submitted for publication.
- The Editorial Board must disclose conflicts of interest.
- The Editorial Board must ensure that all information relating to the text submitted is kept confidential before being published.
- The Editorial Board must evaluate the manuscript only for its intellectual content.
- The Editor in Chief will coordinate the work of the editors.
- The reviewer evaluates the manuscript based on content without regard to ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation, citizenship, religious beliefs, or political philosophy of the author.
- The reviewer must ensure that all information relating to the text submitted is kept confidential and must report to the Editor in Chief if they are aware of copyright infringement and plagiarism on the part of the author.
- Reviewers must evaluate the submitted work objectively and present their opinion of the work clearly on the review form.
- The reviewer must keep confidential information relating to the text.
- The reviewer who feels incompetent to review the manuscript or unable to meet the review deadline must notify the Chief Editor.
Source: Committee on Publication Ethics (CoPE), Guidelines on Good Publication Practices