Tuesday, February 16, 2021
Pursuant to the request from the Editor of the ACTEC Law Journal.
Call For Papers: ACTEC Law Journal
Modernizing Trusts and Estates
The American College of Trust and Estate Counsel announces a Call For Papers on the following topic:
As trusts and estates academics and practitioners look forward into the remainder of the 21st century, we acknowledge the aspects of law and practice that are changing, that should change, and that should resist change.
A special issue of the ACTEC Law Journal will be devoted to a discussion of the topic of Modernizing Trusts and Estates and will be comprised of shorter articles (2,500-5,000 words). The issue will focus on what matters are of most importance to the forward-looking trusts and estates professional. Topics may include developments in tax law, adaptations in legal technology, racial justice and diversity, new or impending statutory reform, remote or electronic estate planning documents, the funeral and death industry, and other topics that demonstrate the way in which the trusts and estates landscape is shifting.
Procedure for proposals: Authors wishing to contribute to this special volume should send a brief proposal with estimated word count to Professor Alyssa A. DiRusso, Editor, ACTEC Law Journal, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include “ACTEC Theme Volume” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Proposals are due by March 15, 2021 and authors will be notified whether their article has been selected for publication by April 1, 2021. Given the brevity of each article, articles that delve into one or two topics in detail will normally be preferred over more general articles. We encourage submissions by authors from a variety of backgrounds, including those actively involved in fiduciary administration or the practice of law.
Final articles will be due no later than August 1, 2021, and earlier submissions are welcome. Selected articles will be published in the ACTEC Law Journal, Volume 47 Issue 1, with an anticipated publication date of December 2021.