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30 Fam. & Concil. Cts. Rev. 5 (1992)

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   This contest was established in the name of the first editor of the Family
and Conciliation Courts Review to encourage and promote original thinking,
research, and writing on important family law issues. The winning essay is
published in the Review, and winners receive an honorarium and a certificate
presented at the annual meeting. Themes for the 1992 contest are children in
the court and the economics of divorce. While priority for the award is given
to articles dealing with these themes, the reviewing board may make the
award to a superior article dealing with any relevant family law issue.
   The deadline for submission of articles for the current contest is March
15, 1992. Articles should be submitted to the Meyer Elkin Essay Contest,
111 N. Hill St., Room 241, Los Angeles, CA 90012. Submissions should be
no longer than 20 typewritten, double-spaced pages. Entries will be judged
by a panel from the editorial board, and the best submissions will also be
published in the Review.


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