Editorial Calendar

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All topics are subject to change without notification.  This editorial calendar is merely a guide to give you an idea of what topics we are looking to cover.  If you have any suggested topics please leave a comment and we will try to accommodate your request.

Winter 2013-2014:

Technology: Training in Law Firms—It’s ALL Changing!

Ethics: Winning Through Integrity and Professionalism

Litigation/Civil Law: Lawyers’ Duty to Disclose False Evidence May Extend Indefinitely

Corporate Law: Three Reasons to Incorporate (and One Reason Not To)

Estate Planning/Family Law: Confusing the Roles of Lawyers and Guardians: A System of Juvenile Justice

General Law: Identifying and Ending Workplace Bullying Gains Momentum

Feature Article Over NALS Award of Excellence Winner


Spring 2014:

Technology: You’ve Been Hacked

Ethics: Does Your Workplace Have an Ethical Code of Conduct?

Litigation/Civil Law: When a Motion to Dismiss Is not a Motion to Dismiss

Corporate Law: Sexual Orientation Discrimination in the Workplace

Estate Planning/Family Law: Cohabitation, the Termination of Alimony, and Cell Phones

General Law: You Can’t Handle the Truth

Feature Article Over NALS Incoming Board of Directors


Summer 2014:

Technology: 7 Things All Law Firms (and Their IT Staff) Need to Know About HIPAA

Ethics: TBD

Litigation/Civil Law: TBD

Corporate Law: TBD

Estate Planning/Family Law: Tax Changes for 2014

General Law: Military Justice: A History of Change


Fall 2014:

Technology: TBD

Ethics: TBD

Litigation/Civil Law: TBD

Corporate Law: TBD

Estate Planning/Family Law: TBD

General Law: TBD

Winter 2014-2015:

Technology: TBD

Ethics: TBD

Litigation/Civil Law: TBD

Corporate Law: TBD

Estate Planning/Family Law: TBD

General Law: TBD

Feature Article Over NALS Award of Excellence Winner

  1. #1 by Sharon Wilcox on April 1, 2013 - 3:52 pm

    Are you planning on ever introducing topics on criminal law, Federal level to be more specific.

  2. #2 by Collins on April 2, 2013 - 9:36 am

    Sharon, I will pass this topic idea on to the NALS Editorial Board. Thanks for your feedback!

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