Publication Ethics

ULJSL is a peer-reviewed journal committed to upholding the highest ethical standards of publication. To provide our readers with the highest quality journal, we state the following principles of Publication Ethics and Malpractice Statements. All articles that do not conform to these standards will be removed from publication at any time even after publication. In accordance with the code of ethics we will report every case of suspected plagiarism or publishing duplicates to the relevant authorities. ULJLS reserves the right to use plagiarism detection software to screen submitted papers at any time. Writer:

1) Authors must ensure that they have written an original work;
2) The author must ensure that the manuscript is not published elsewhere;
3) The author is responsible for editing the language before submitting the article;
4) Authors who submit their work to a journal for publication as an original article confirm that the submitted work represents their author's contribution and has not been copied or plagiarized in whole or in part from another work without citing clearly;
5) Authors must notify ULJLS if there is a conflict of interest;
6) Authors must report any errors they find in their manuscript to ULJLS;
7) Any work or words of authors, contributors or other sources must be credited and properly referenced;
8) An author agrees to a license agreement before submitting an article;
9) All articles must be submitted using the online submission procedure