April 27, 2009
New Columnists Sought for Law Library Journal
Law Library Journal is looking for librarians interested in writing a regular column for the Journal because two columnists are giving up their columns as of the final issue of Volume 101: Diane Murley, author of the "Technology for Everyone" column, and Jean Holcomb, who writes "Managing by the Book."
If you are interested in becoming a regular columnist, please send a short description of the proposed subject for a column and a writing sample to Janet Sinder, Editor, Law Library Journal, at email@example.com by Friday, May 29, 2009. Columnists will be selected by the end of June, and the first column deadline will be in October. While column deadlines change each year, they are usually around the beginning of October, January, April, and July. Column length averages between 2,000 and 4,000 words. Columnists must be able to meet deadlines and willing to commit to writing for at least three issues per year.
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