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36 Fam. & Concil. Cts. Rev. 5 (1998)

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                       CALL FOR PAPERS

   Family and  Conciliation Courts Review (FCCR) serves as a communica-
tion medium   for members of the Association of Family and Conciliation
Courts, an international and interdisciplinary association concerned about
family law, court systems, and families. FCCR is concerned with the preven-
tion of family disharmony and the effective preparation of people for mar-
riage and  family life. The journal provides a forum to exchange ideas,
programs, research, legislation, and interesting and important appellate cases.
FCCR   was the first journal to publish articles on mediation, joint custody,
no-fault divorce, change of language, and a host of other improvements in
the area of family and the courts. The journal has an international circulation
of more  than 2,500 in the United States, Canada, England, New Zealand,
Australia, and other countries. FCCR is interdisciplinary and invites contri-
butions from the fields of law and the behavioral sciences.
   FCCR   is fully peer reviewed. Each article is submitted to an interdisci-
plinary panel of three--a judge, an attorney, and a mental health professional-
for decisions regarding publication. Any material of interest to family court
personnel is the chief criterion for selection of articles.
   Articles should be no more than 20 double-spaced typewritten pages-
including notes, references, tables, and figures-and should not have been
previously published (or in submission for publication) in any other journal.
Authors  are requested to follow the guidelines of the Publication Manual of
the American  Psychological Association (4th ed.) or The Bluebook: A Uni-
form  System of Citation (16th ed.), published by the Harvard Law Review.
Two  single-sided copies are requested with an abstract and a biographical
statement, each under 100 words. A copy of the final revised manuscript on an
IBM-compatible  disk should be included with the final revised hard copy.
Send  only camera-ready copy for figures and tables submitted for publica-
tion. In place of the IBM disk copy, manuscripts may be electronically submitted
via e-mail to the following address: lawazs @hofstra.edu. The hard copy must
also be submitted.
   Articles should be submitted to Andrew  Schepard, Editor, Family and
 Conciliation Courts Review, School of Law, Hofstra University, Hempstead,
 NY  11550-1090; telephone (516) 463-5890.


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