Proses Review

Lex Librum is published with a process that strictly follows the Open Journal System guidelines and templates that have been determined based on the guidelines for writing scientific articles Lex Librum. All submitted manuscripts and will go through a review process by reviewers.

The editor-in-chief will assign the manuscript to the Managing Editor for further handling. The Managing Editor will request at least two scientists to review the research article manuscript. All manuscripts are subject to double-blind peer-review, both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process to meet standards of academic excellence.

Detailed information about the flow for the manuscript submission (author) to the acceptance by the editor is shown in the following figure.


The steps are:

  • Submission of Manuscript by the author.
  • Examination and selection of manuscripts by the editor. The editorial team has the right to accept, reject or review directly. Before further processing steps, plagiarism checking using Turnitin is applied to each manuscript.
  • Manuscript Review Process by reviewers.
  • Notification of Manuscript Acceptance, Revision, or Rejection by the editor to the author based on reviewer comments.
  • Revision of the Paper by the author. Submission of revisions based on reviewer suggestions by the author in accordance with the flow.
  • If the reviewer appears satisfied with the revision, notify the editor of its acceptance. Kitchen proofing and publishing process.

Lex Librum has four types of decisions:

  • Accepted as is,
  • Accepted and revised on a small scale (let the author be revised with the time set)
  • Accepted and revised on a large scale (allowing the author to be revised with the time set)
  • Rejected (generally, in the background, outside the scope and objectives, the main problems of technical description, lack of clarity of presentation)
  • To check plagiarism, Lex Librum Editorial Board will screen plagiarism using the Turnitin ( If indications of plagiarism are found (above 30%), the editorial board will immediately reject the text.