September 30, 2009
Florida Coastal School of Law Symposium: Family, Life, and Legacy Planning Issues for the GLBT Community
The Florida Coastal School of Law and Florida Coastal Law Review would like to announce the topic of the Law Review’s second annual Law Symposium, scheduled for March 5, 2010:
Family, Life, and Legacy Planning Issues for the GLBT Community
The Law Review invites the submission of articles, notes, essays, and other scholarly writing. We encourage submissions from practitioners, authors, and academia. The Law Review will select five to seven authors to present their papers and participate in panel discussions within each topic. Articles by symposium participants will also be included in a special edition of the Florida Coastal Law Review, Symposium Edition, which will be published following the symposium.
We encourage submissions regarding topics of concern within the GLBT community, such as discrimination, policy changes, social impact, and financial concerns. Florida Coastal Law Review will consider all proposals for publication even if the proposal is not suitable for this year’s symposium.
Proposals should be in the form of abstracts, not to exceed 500 words, and accompanied by the author’s name, contact information, and CV. The deadline for submission is December 1, 2009. Please direct inquiries and submissions to Symposium Manager, Nathan R. Ross, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Law Review prefers electronic submissions; however, submissions may also be mailed to the Law Review Office at: Florida Coastal Law Review, c/o Symposium Manager, 8787 Baypine Road, Jacksonville, Florida 32256.
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