Ius Novum (ISSN 1897-5577, online ISSN 2545-0271) is a peer-reviewed scientfic quarterly of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Lazarski University in Warsaw. It has been published since 2007.
ISSN 1897-5577, online ISSN 2545-0271
"Ius Novum" is a peer-reviewed scientfic quarterly of the Faculty of Law and Administration of Lazarski University in Warsaw. It has been published since 2007.
Aims and Scope
The main editorial goal is to present opinions on the proposals of legislative changes, legal solutions passed, and the results of their retrospective verification. The scope of the journal is not limited to one or two branches of law but is a forum to exchange thoughts concerning law sensu largo. The thematic range of „Ius Novum” is broad and covers the history of law, political and legal doctrines, Roman law, civil law, criminal law, administrative law, business law, etc.
"Ius Novum" gives the opportunity to present articles written by the faculty members of Lazarski University as well as scholars from other academic centres. We welcome both renowned scholars and warmly greet talented beginners in the field. The journal aspires to be a platform for exchanging opinions for allwith something interesting and new to present. Materials are published in the form of articles, commentaries, reviews and reports.
In accordance with the 2019 evaluation of journals conducted by the Ministry of Science and Higher Education, an author of the article published in „Ius Novum” is awarded 20 points.
In 2019, the “Ius Novum” journal was included in the “Support Programme for scientific journals”.
"Ius Novum" is covered by international databases:
- ERIH PLUS
- Index Copernicus
Journal's contents are licensed under CC BY-SA.
- Continuation of publishing the English version of the "Ius Novum" quarterly
- Creating an abstract for each article published in "Ius Novum" in German, French, Spanish, Italian and Russian, are financed under contract No. 886 / P-DUN / 2019 of August 2, 2019, from the resources of the Minister of Science and Higher Education allocated to the dissemination of science.