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31 Fam. & Concil. Cts. Rev. 3 (1993)

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                       ESSAY CONTESTS

   The purpose of these contests is to encourage and promote original thinking,
research, and writing on important family law issues. Themes for the 1993 contests
are either Economic Issues in Divorce or Family Law and Cultural Diversity.
   Priority for the awards will be given to articles dealing with the contest themes.
However, the reviewing boards may make the awards to superior articles dealing with
any relevant family law issue.

                      Meyer   Elkin  Essay  Contest

   This contest was established in the name of the first editor of the Family and
Conciliation Courts Review. The winning essay is published in the Review, and
winners receive an honorarium and a certificate presented at the annual meeting.
   The deadline for submission of articles for the current contest is March 15, 1993.
Manuscripts should be submitted to the Meyer Elkin Essay Contest, 6320 Mariquita
St., Long Beach, CA 90803. 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.

                               Family  Law
                      Law   School   Essay  Contest

   This contest is open to all students attending law schools in the United States,
Canada, Great Britain, Australia, and New Zealand.
   To submit your manuscript, send no more than 30 typewritten, double-spaced
pages to:

                        Hugh  McIsaac, Editor, FCCR
                             6320 Mariquita St.
                           Long Beach, CA  90803

   Entries will be judgedby a panel from the FCCR Editorial Board. Winning essay(s)
will be published in Family and Conciliation Courts Review. Winner(s) will receive
a $300 honorarium and certificate.
   All contest entries must be postmarked no later than Monday, May 24, 1993.
Winner(s) will be announced in the January 1994 issue of Family and Conciliation
Courts Review.

                       The 1992 winners are announced
                          and published in this issue.


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