Editor in chief: Kirill Malyushin , Ph.D. in Law
Deputy editor-in-chief: Alena Shepelevich
Scientific editor: Elena Kuropatskaya
Corrector: Maria Kiranova
Computer layout: Denis Zotov
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Foundation for the Development of Legal Culture
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- Chairman: Konstantin Anatolievich Korsik, Doctor of Law, docent, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation;
- Alexander Alievich Arifulin, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation;
- Victor Martenianovich Zhuikov, Doctor of Law, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation;
- Lydia Frantsevna Lesnitskaya, Ph.D. in Law, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation;
- Ilyushina Marina Nikolaevna, Doctor of Law, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation;
- Tamara Georgievna Morshchakova, Doctor of Law, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation;
- Yarkov Vladimir Vladimirovich, Doctor of Law, professor, Honored Lawyer of the Russian Federation.
- Archugova Tatyana Anatolyevna, notarie of the notarial district St. Petersburg
- Begichev Alexander Valerievich, Doctor of Law, professor
- Volkova G. A.
- Golovatyuk Oleg Viktorovich, vice-president of the Kaluga Regional Notary Chamber
- Ignatenko Alexandra Vladimirovna, notary of the city of Moscow
- Krasnov Georgy Alexandrovich, Director of the Legal Culture Development Fund
- Lazorin Kirill Borisovich, President of the Nizhny Novgorod Regional Notarial Chamber
- Makarov Anton Petrovich, Ph.D. in Law
- Malyushin Kirill Alexeyevich, Ph.D. in Law
- Nikolaeva Galina Yuryevna, President of the Notary Chamber of the Samara Region
- Radchenko Ilya Vladimirovich, vice-president of Moscow City Notary Chamber
- Rasskazova Natalia Yuryevna, Ph.D. in Law
- Remeslo Zhanna Ferdinandovna, President of the Notary Chamber of the Kaliningrad Region
- Sagin Alexander Alexandrovich, notary of the city of Moscow
- Tochkin Dmitry Valerievich, Ph.D. in Law
- Kharitonova Yulia Sergeevna, Doctor of Law, professor
- Chashkova Svetlana Yurievna, Ph.D. in Law
- Shchennikova Larisa Vladimirovna, Doctor of Law, professor
The procedure for articles to be submitted reviewed and published by the Notary Bulletin editorial board
1. Scientific articles should be sent by the authors to the Notary Bulletin editorial board via e-mail email@example.com. The article submitted to the editorial Board, is reviewed in terms of accuracy and compliance with the scientific profile of the magazine. Articles submitted for review without considering the Rules for articles design (Annex 1) as well as those that do not meet the scientific profile of the magazine and the Nomenclature of scientific specialties, essential for the award of scientific degrees, are not accepted for publication.
2. Each article submitted for publication in the magazine is tested to be free of plagiarism (Advego Plagiatus, Anti-plagiarism), as well as the internal review procedure, regardless of the availability of an external review obtained by postgraduates and applicants. Internal review is carried out by members of the magazine’s editorial council and (or) editorial board. The chief editor is also entitled to engage external reviewers (doctors or Ph.Ds., including practicing specialists) who are not members of the editorial council and (or) editorial board. To assure impartiality and independence of reviewing, the editorial board reserves the right to keep anonymous the reviewer’s name for the author and the author’s name for the reviewer (“blind” review).
3. Once an article is sent for the review, the reviewer is notified that it is the author’s intellectual property and it is not subject to disclosure. Thus, the reviewer cannot:
— use an article to be reviewed for their needs or the needs of third party;
— disclose the information contained in the article before its publication;
— transfer the article for review by another person without previous consent of the chief editor.
4. After getting the results of internal and external review, the meeting of the editorial council and (or) editorial board, attended by the chief editor, takes a decision whether:
1) to accept the article for publication;
2) to deny the publication;
3) to send the article for revision.
In the cases 1) and 2) the chief editor informs the author about the relevant decision of the editorial council and (or) editorial board.
If, in the opinion of the editorial council and (or) editorial board, the article needs to be improved, the chief editor sends a review to the author. The review should contain a list of censorious remarks and recommendations regarding rectifications. The article, revised by the author, is submitted once again to the reviewer who made critical remarks or to another reviewer chosen by the chief editor.
5. It’s banned to submit the article, submitted for reviewing to the Notary Bulletin, to other printed matters and (or) electronic media. It becomes possible only after the chief editor notifies the author about the refusal to publish it.
6. Reviews should be kept in the editorial office for five years and are due to be submitted to the Higher Attestation Commission at the expert councils’ request.
7. An unpaid oral agreement on non-exclusive right to use the article is to be signed with the author at the author’s application (the application sample is attached in Annex 2).
8. A written copyright license agreement for a non-exclusive right to use the article, which presumes the payment of a fee to the author, should be signed.
9. The decision of the fee payment is taken at the meeting of the editorial council and (or) the editorial board which is attended by the chief editor.
Rules for Articles Design (Annex 1)
1. An article to be submitted to the Notary Bulletin should contain the following elements:
1) a title of the article (in Russian and English);
2) information about authors (in Russian and English):
— author’s (authors’) full surname, name and patronymic,
— each author’s workplace,
— each author’s academic degree, academic title (if any),
— contact information (e-mail) of each author;
3) annotation (in Russian and English) — no more than five lines;
4) key words (in Russian and English) — no more than eight;
5) indices of thematic categories of the Universal Decimal Classification and Library Bibliographic Classification (authors themselves can assign UDC and LBC indices to the article using appropriate classifiers or they can contact the staff of scholarly libraries);
6) bibliographical list compiled in accordance with the requirements of GOST, in the language the document is written (it’s compiled in alphabetical order and includes the scientific sources cited in the references to the article).
2. Size of the article:
— articles written by doctors and Ph.Ds. should contain no more than 50,000 printed characters including all the footnotes and spaces (up to 25 pages);
— articles by graduate students and applicants should not exceed 20,000 printed characters including all the footnotes and spaces (up to 10 pages);
— surveys, reviews or information should not exceed 3 pages.
Articles, which comprise more than 15,000 characters, should be divided into subsections.
Headlines should be written in bold and there is a line space above and below them that separates the text from the headline.
References and footnotes are set at the bottom of each page and come with the corresponding numbering on the text; they are designed in accordance with GOST (surname, initials, title of the publication, source, location, year, number and page).
If a regulatory enactment is applied, its type (a Federal Law, Decree of the President of the Russian Federation, etc.), date (date of adoption — in numerals, month — in a word, a year of adoption — in four numerals, for example: November 10, 2009), number, full (unabbreviated) name in quotes should be indicated in the text.
6. Black-and-white original jpeg or tif photos of the author(s) of no less than 1MB should be attached to the article.
7. A postal address with a postal code, as well as a phone number must be specified so that a copy of the magazine could be sent to the author.
8. Requirements to the content.
Articles should set out the problem to be considered, reflect the object of study, newness of the research results and the field of their application. Articles should have a conclusion in the end. They should not contain a table, illustration, chart or diagram in the end.
9. A sample of an article design is shown in Annex 3.