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CALL FOR PAPERS! For the inaugural issue of Law Street Media‘s Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation, published in collaboration with Fastcase and HB.
This is going to be fun. An emerging litigation journal featuring thoughtful pieces for the legal and business communities. I get to put together what I did as Editor and Publisher of Mealey’s Litigation Reports and with the many speakers I’ve worked with as head of HB Litigation Conferences. I encourage you to send proposals, and thank those of you who have already started writing. Take a look below at the specifications and other details. And if you have any questions please contact me directly. I look forward to hearing from you and getting this exciting project off the ground.
Editor-in-Chief | Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation
Managing Director | HB Litigation Conferences
Q. What’s in it for you?
Authors get print copies and a formatted PDFs of their article to share with clients, contacts and colleagues. The articles will be published on the Fastcase service accessed by 900,000 attorneys. Articles will be announced via Fastcase social media channels, and insights will be featured on Law Street Media. Plus, some articles will be used as a basis for webinars, featuring the authors.
Articles should be at least 2,000 words. We welcome long pieces!
Articles must be original and not previously published.
Authors may reproduce their articles wherever they like, with attribution to and after publication in The Journal of Emerging Issues in Litigation.
An article may discuss a matter in which the author has been involved but it must be disclosed.
Subjects must be pre-approved by the Editor-in-Chief.
All articles must be submitted in Word.
Articles should not use extensive endnotes. Do not put citations in the text; rather, use endnotes only.
Articles should include a clearly written short author biography, author address, direct phone number, and email address.
Authors should provide a two or three sentence summary of the article.
Send proposals to the Editor-in-Chief.
Proposals should include:
A 300-500-word description as to how or why the topic is emerging, why it’s important, and who should be interested.
Four or five bullet points outlining the sub-topics or key takeaways of the article.
A few words on why the author or authors are qualified to address the subject.
January Issue: Proposals Aug. 1 | Articles Sept. 1
April Issue: Proposals Dec. 1 | Articles Feb. 1
July Issue: Proposals March 1 | Articles May 1
October Issue: Proposals June 1 | Articles Aug. 1