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NALS is always seeking quality editorial content for inclusion in our publications, as well as dynamic presenters for our WebEd program. Should you wish to have your work published by NALS or featured in an upcoming webinar, please consider submitting your topic ideas to NALS for consideration. 

Authors

Thank you for considering @Law, the NALS Magazine for Legal Professionals and/or the NALS docket as the right publication for your work. Please ensure that you have prepared your article in line with our general requirements listed below. Any questions should be directed to the Editor.

General Requirements:

 

 

 

 

Article Length: @Law articles should be approximately 2,000 words or less. the NALS docket articles should be approximately 1,200 words or less. 

Format: All articles should be submitted in Word format, with author bio attached. 

NALS seeks to publish first-run articles vs. reprint articles that overlap substantially with articles published elsewhere. However, should you wish to submit your own previous work that has been published elsewhere, we ask that you either have the rights to the content, or obtain permission to reprint from the publication in which your work is published. Please tell us about this in the comments section when submitting your article for submission so that we can judge the degree and nature of overlap. We expect authors to submit, as supplemental files, copies of any previous article that overlaps by more than 10% with their submission for @Law or the NALS docket. Please note that plagiarism–copying other people's work without permission, citation, and good reason—is a serious form of misconduct which NALS cannot condone. 

Presenters 

Thank you for considering the NALS WebEd Program as a platform for your presentation topic. We strive to offer one free-to-members webinar each month. Webinars may be scheduled at any date/time that is convenient for you, pending final approved from the NALS Resource Center. Webinars are best received when they are one hour in length, however 1/2 hour webinars may be considered. 


 

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