Seeking Proposals for 2012 TCL Special Issue
The Colorado Lawyer’s special issues are packed with useful information for legal practitioners in Colorado and across the country. Special issues comprise five to eight substantive law articles on broad-based topics. Emphasis is on the practical and procedural, rather than the theoretical or philosophical. Point/counterpoint articles are accepted; this allows for the expression of opinion, advocacy, or commentary on the topic. Also, an ethics-related article can be an important component of the special issue, and it is encouraged to include one as part of the mix.
What’s more, authors may receive CLE credit for writing articles and, frequently, articles are accredited just for reading them and answering related questions.
If your section, committee, or specialty area has never produced a special issue of The Colorado Lawyer, perhaps 2012 is the year for you. If your section or committee published a special issue in the past, perhaps it is time to create an update. Contact Managing Editor Leona Martínez at firstname.lastname@example.org for complete information.