The Opole Studies in Administration and Law (OSAP) is a quarterly published both in print and online on the Open Journal Systems (OJS) platform, functioning on an open access basis. The presented scientific articles and glosses are prepared in accordance with the binding principles of ethical publishing standards and best practices. They are subjected to the process of double-blind peer review. The Journal contains also reviews and reports on important scientific events. It has been coming out continuously since 2003, and as a quarterly – since 2012. The Opole Studies in Administration and Law is indexed in the following databases: CEJSH, CEEOL, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, POL-Index and ERIH PLUS.
The Opole Studies in Administration and Law is a journal quarterly published in print and online – on the Open Journal Systems (OJS) platform in an open access basis. It is indexed in the following databases: CEJSH, CEEOL, DOAJ, Index Copernicus, POL-Index and ERIH PLUS. Presented texts are prepared in accordance with principles of ethical standards and best practices of publication and subjected to a double-blind peer review. The thematic range of the Journal covers three pillars: issues relating to polity and law, public law and private law. It is addressed primarily to academic community, but also to representatives of legal professions and officials.
Authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers in areas connected with public and private law, as well as polity and law. We encourage you to submit proposals dealing with current legal challenges and, therefore, interesting for international readers.
Submissions should have between 0.8 and 1.5 author’s sheet (32,000 – 60,000 characters counted with spaces). All details about submission procedure and required formatting are available at our webpage. The article together with statements should be entered on the Journal Platform of the University of Opole in the tab: submit text.
- Index Copernicus
- ERIH PLUS
- DOAJ (The Directory of Open Access Journals)