Instructions for authors

Trnava Law Days

Instructions for authors


In writing their original and unpublished papers, the authors are requested to adhere to these standards:

1. Language: Slovak, Czech, English, Russian

2. Volume: Not less than 10 norm pages

3. Formatting:

3.1 MS Word (*.doc, *.docx); Page format: A4; Page margins: 2.5 cm of all edges; Font type: Times New Roman; Font size: 12 points; Spacing: 1.5.

3.2 Footnotes are to be written in Times New Roman, 10 points. Citations and footnotes are to be written using the Microsoft Word functionality on the relevant page and numbered continuously; the number of the footnote is to be written as index.

3.3 Titles and subtitles are to be numbered in structured (the so-called “legal”) numbering (1 - 1.1 - 1.1.1 etc.)

3.4 Please, do not hyphenate words at the end of a line and do not number pages.

4. Bibliographic references and citations: Follow the standard ISO 690.

5. Structure of the paper:

Title of the paper: Title or subtitles of the paper

Title of the paper: Title in English

Author of the paper: Author´s titles and academic degrees, workplace

Author of the paper: Author´s titles and academic degrees, workplace in English

Abstract: Abstract in the original language, approx. 10 lines;

Abstract: Abstract in English, approx. 10 lines

Key words: Key words in the original language, 10 expressions max.

Key words: Key words in English, 10 expressions max.

Text of the paper: Text is to be divided in structured chapters, if needed

References: A list of works cited (in Latin alphabet)

The paper will be published only if positively peer-reviewed. Payment of registration fee does not make editors obliged to publish the submitted paper.

By submitting the contribution, the author agrees with its publication in the Electronic Proceedings. The publication will be licensed and shared under Creative Commons 4.0, AttributionNonCommercial-NoDerivatives. The work will be reusable, provided that the names of the authors are mentioned and only for non-commercial purposes, and it will not be possible for the work or its individual parts to make a derivative work by way of processing or other changes.