Academic Notes in Law takes plagiarism very seriously and is committed to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity. Plagiarism is defined as presenting someone else's work or ideas as one's own, without proper citation or acknowledgment.

Authors submitting articles to Academic Notes in Law are expected to ensure that their work is original, free from plagiarism, and accurately reflects their research findings. All submitted articles are subject to a plagiarism check using plagiarism detection software, and any manuscript found to contain plagiarized content will be immediately rejected.

If plagiarism is discovered after an article has been published, Academic Notes in Law reserves the right to retract the article and take appropriate action, including informing the author's institution and barring the author from submitting to the journal in the future.

In addition to plagiarism, we also consider self-plagiarism to be a serious offense. Authors are expected to ensure that their submitted work is original and has not been published or submitted elsewhere. If an author wishes to republish their own work, they must obtain permission from the original publisher and provide proper citation and acknowledgment.

We encourage authors to use proper citation and referencing practices and to ensure that all sources used in their work are properly cited. Authors should also be careful when paraphrasing or summarizing the work of others and ensure that they provide proper attribution for all ideas and concepts.

We take plagiarism very seriously and are committed to maintaining the highest standards of academic integrity. We believe that this commitment is essential to ensuring the credibility and integrity of academic publishing and the advancement of knowledge in the field of law.