Photos and Articles Sought for Publication in Bar Journal Communiqué
Photos and articles are now being accepted for upcoming issues of Communiqué, the official publication of the Clark County Bar Association. Photos are sought for a planned feature on community service in the February 2016 issue. Practical legal articles relevant to the practice of law in matters related to labor and employment are sought for the March 2016 issue.
Photos are for a photo essay to spotlight community service efforts by CCBA members and to be published in the February 2016 issue. To participate, please send a photo of a CCBA member as she/he participated in a community outreach project or event. Please include a caption that identifies the member and the scene. Captions must be limited to 50 words or less. Send photos and captions by January 8, 2016 to email@example.com.
Articles must be relevant to the practice of law in matters related to labor and employment. Articles must be on topic and original, unpublished works. Preference will be given to articles written by attorney members of the CCBA. Interested authors must send a proposal* by December 8, 2016 to firstname.lastname@example.org. Proposals should include the following information:
- Author(s) name(s) and Nevada bar #(s)
- Summary paragraph providing the focus and scope for the article (include relevant rules/statutes/procedures, etc.)
- Proposed issue for placement (e.g., March 2016). See full list of topics for upcoming issues at https://www.clarkcountybar.org/about-communique/.
All proposals and articles submitted will be considered for publication. However, Communiqué will not publish self-serving articles promoting a specific named product or services of an individual or firm.
Communiqué’s editorial calendar, schedules, editorial policies, writer’s guidelines, advertising rates, and specifications are subject to change without notice. Space is limited with placement only guaranteed to paid advertisements. All content in the publication is subject to approval and editing for style, grammar, and length.
Contact: Steph Abbott/CCBA at 702-387-6011.