“New Technologies: Challenges and Opportunities” is the theme for the Spring 2018 issue of Family Lawyer Magazine.

futuristic technology for lawyersOur next issue will have a special focus on New Technology, and we are looking for quality content, information, and feedback from top family lawyers and divorce-industry professionals like yourself. Tell us:

  • What software or apps do you find indispensable to your family law practice?
  • What about security: how do you protect your computers/files/emails from being hacked?
  • Do you use the cloud – and if so, how do you mitigate the risks?

Please tell us what technology is a dream come true for you, and which you fear (or hate) the most – and why.

Guidelines for Article Submissions

idea for article submissions

Family Lawyer Magazine‘s reputation is built on providing high-quality content from a wide range of top professionals. We welcome content that can help family lawyers attract quality clients (and offer better service to those clients), manage their practices more efficiently, learn about financial tips and traps, and discover new technology and trends. We invite submissions from family law attorneys, judges, mediators, financial analysts, business and custody evaluators, therapists, relevant technology and software experts, and other divorce professionals. Your content can be in the form of an article, podcast, video, or even infographic.

All articles/proposals should be geared towards your fellow professionals – not towards divorcing people. As such, you are encouraged to address relatively advanced and/or niche topics; you should assume readers have a solid grasp of family law basics, and some have been practicing for many years. Readers include 34,000+ family lawyers, judges, divorce mediators and arbitrators, accountants, business valuators, and CDFA professionals.

  • Your article should be about 1,200 words in length; minimum 600 words.
  • The content should be clear, easy to read, and ready for publishing.
  • Your article cannot be an advertisement for your service or product.
  • Your article must be original and not previously published on the Internet.
  • You must agree not to publish this article anywhere else – with the exception of your own blog or website after your article has appeared on FamilyLawyerMagazine.com.
  • We reserve the right to edit articles for content, house style, length, and SEO (Search Engine Optimization). You will have the opportunity to read and approve your edited article before it is published.

Send a short article proposal to editors@FamilyLawyerMagazine.com. If you have never written for us before, please attach your CV or a link to your online CV.

NOTE: We do not guarantee publication of any submission, and all are subject to approval and editing.