The Direito GV Law Review publishes original articles with multiple theoretical and methodological approaches, including interdisciplinary articles and texts produced from an applied research. Articles that contribute to theoretical, methodological and empirical innovation, especially in the fields of Law & Development, Law & Society and Law & Economics are especially considered. The Journal seeks articles that examine the role of law, legal institutions, and national and international legal systems in social and economic development processes, particularly in developing countries, emerging markets and transition nations, and seek to determine how law can inhibit or promote desired changes.
The Direito GV Law Review also publishes original reviews and translations. The reviews section aims to call readers' attention to works published in the last 24 months (from the review's date of submission). The review also must establish the relevance of the work for the field in which it is inserted and elicit critical discussions about it. Reviews should privilege titles of academic interest over professional publications. Mainly descriptive reviews that only summarize the argument of the work will not be accepted. The translations section privileges classic works or texts of difficult access to Brazilian readers. They are selected by analyzing the relevance and technical quality of the translated text.
The journal is published in digital format (ISSN 2317-6172), every four months.
Its abbreviated title is Rev. direito GV, which should be used in bibliographies, footnotes and bibliographical references and strips.
For more information, please access the Editorial Policy of Direito GV Law Review.
The Direito GV Law Review owns the property rights of published articles, reviews and essays, including translation.
The Direito GV Law Review adopts the license Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International, except where expressed otherwise, being allowed copies and reproductions, entirely or partially, only if provided for non-commercial purposes and with identification of its source. For control and record of the editorial office, it is requested that such uses of the journal content - with the exception of small stretches citations in academic papers – must be communicated by the e-mail email@example.com.
If there is interest in the use of Direito GV Law Review texts for commercial purposes, it is necessary to make prior contact with the Journal by the e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, requesting an authorization for publication. If the publication is authorized, its terms and conditions will be defined case by case by the editorial office.
The Review is published in an online format and has open and free access
Scope and political
All articles undergo a prior assessment (desk review) held by the Editor-in-chief, who verifies the attendance to the formal submission requirements, its adequacy to the journal’s editorial policy and its potential for publication.
In this initial phase, it is also performed a similarity check through the anti-plagiarism iThenticate software.
After this stage, the approved articles are sent to anonymous reviewers for evaluation, according to the process known as double blind peer review. Comments will then be forwarded to the author for acknowledgment or incorporation of the suggested modifications. In the latter case, the modified text must be sent to the journal to be reevaluated.
Exceptionally, there will be invitations for publication, which will be made exclusively by the editorial office.
Reviews and translations will be evaluated and selected by the editorial office.
For more information, please access the Editorial Policy of Direito GV Law Review
Articles must follow the rules below:
Every author identification should be included only on the cover page.
None authorship type of identification should be included in the article. Information leading to the recognition of author(s) should come only on the cover page. The mischaracterization of authorship is an exclusive responsibility of the author(s).
Submission of manuscripts
Articles and reviews submitted must be unpublished and cannot be under review in another journal. Authors may submit only one manuscript at a time, either as main or co-authored author, except for thematic work calls or special dossiers.
Manuscripts must be written in Portuguese, English or Spanish. Manuscripts submitted in English are encouraged, regardless of authors' nationality.
The submission of articles and reviews must be done through the online system ScholarOne Manuscripts, available at: https://mc04.manuscriptcentral.com/rdgv-scielo. The translations are published in Portuguese and must also be submitted by the online system. For questions on the online submission, please contact us by email: email@example.com.
There are no fees on submission, evaluation or publication.
The Direito GV Law Review guides its procedures of management and evaluation of manuscripts according to: the Code of Good Scientific Practices, provided by São Paulo Research Foundation (Fundação de Amparo à Pesquisa do Estado de São Paulo - FAPESP), the basic guidelines formulated by the National Council for Scientific and Technological Development (Conselho Nacional de Desenvolvimeto Científico e Tecnológico - CNPq) and by the Committee on Publication Ethics (COPE), as well as the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing and COPE's Code of Conduct and Best Practice Guidelines for Journal Editors.
Reviewers of Direito GV Law Review are requested to follow the COPE Ethical Guidelines for Peer Reviewers. Likewise, authors must meet the parameters indicated in the document "Responsible research publication: international standards for authors", in addition to those mentioned above.
Articles involving research with human beings or animals must comply with the ethical standards of the National Commission of Ethics in Research/National Health Council /Ministry of Health (CONEP/CNS/MS). Research involving human beings must meet the standards of Resolution 466/2012 of the National Health Council - CNS or equivalent body in the country of origin of the research.
Authors must inform the journal of any funding or benefits received from commercial or non-commercial sources, and declare no conflict of interest that compromises the presented work. This information must come in the specific fields of the online system and also on the cover page.
The opinions expressed and the integrity of the content of the articles are sole responsibility of their authors.
Articles should be up to 63,000 characters with spaces. Longer texts can be published at the discretion of the editors, if its size is justified.
Reviews should be up to 21,000 characters with spaces, have a title (in Portuguese and in English) and do not need to be preceded by a summary.