The double-blind peer review approach is used by Legal Upanishad Journal, which implies that throughout the review process, the identity of the reviewers and authors are kept a secret from one another.
We choose articles using a double-blind peer review process. The Editor first checks the articles to see if they meet the fundamental requirements outlined in the submission criteria. Following the screening, the articles are coded and forwarded to be reviewed by peers.
The papers are then returned to the writers for corrections if any. The chief editor receives the updated manuscripts for a final evaluation. The authors would then be informed of acceptance or rejection. The final decision-making power is with the Editorial Board.