Lex Erudites adheres to use double-blind peer-review guidelines, where both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process. In order to conceal the details of the author(s), they are asked to submit the manuscript(s) with a cover letter.
The manuscripts are scrutinized through our crew of specialists having vast insight into the challenge areas. The review process begins with the aid of renumbering the manuscripts. The manuscripts are serially numbered and are handed-in to the crew of specialists, to whom identities of the authors remain unknown. The articles will be chosen even-handed.
The author(s) is/are required to submit the Executive summary (abstract) of their manuscripts which will be assessed and adopted if satisfied. If selected, the author(s) is/are able to proceed to submit their original manuscripts. These copies once analysed for the preliminary stage, will be passed on to the Editorial Board or Peer Reviewers for a distinct verification. The final submission of the manuscripts will be done only after the approval of the Senior Editor.
The submission process conducts the following three phases:
1) Acceptance of submission as it is- the manuscripts will be published as in their original submitted form.
2)Acceptance of submission with modifications- the manuscripts will be published in their revised form, aided by the Senior Editor.
3) Rejection of submission.
*Postscript: The manuscripts will be subjected to detailed spellcheck, grammar, and plagiarism. If citing phrases or sentences, you are required to acknowledge them, by placing them within quotation marks and including their source in the ‘Works Cited’ list.