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23 Concil. Cts. Rev. iii (1985)

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    The Conciliation Courts Review is published at least twice yearly by the Association of Family Concilia-
tion Courts (formerly known as Conference of Conciliation Courts) and is edited by Meyer Elkin, Conciliation
Courts Review, 1217 Shadybrook Drive, Beverly Hills, California 90210.
    The  REVIEW  serves as a communication   medium  for members  of the Association of Family and
Conciliation Courts, other persons and agencies interested in conciliation practices and procedures and the
strengthening and preservation of marriage and family life. It also aims toward stimulating the growth of new
conciliation and family courts in areas not now providing such services. Additionally, it is concerned with the
prevention of family disharmony and the effective preparation of people for marriage and family life.
    The  REVIEW  is interdisciplinary and invites contributions from the field of law and the behavioral
     The rate per copy is $10.00 for non-members of the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts,
libraries, schools, public and private agencies and organizations; $10.00 (U.S. Money) in Canada; In all other
foreign countries $12.00.
     Back copies for all past copies, starting with Volume 1 (1963), are available; some copies may be xerox.
     Manuscripts submitted for publication should not exceed 20 double-spaced typed pages. Two copies
are requested. References should appear at the end of the article.
     NOTE:  SEND ONLY  originals on charts and tables so that printer can reproduce.
     All correspondence should be sent to the Editor.

                                 MEYER ELKIN-Editor

Emily M. Brown                       Jay Folberg                                  Hugh  Mclsaac
Stanley N. Cohen                     Judge  Nancy A. Holman                       Julien D. Payne
Craig N. Everett                     Florence  Kaslow                             Mel Roman
                                      Benjamin Schlesinger



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