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37 Fam. & Concil. Cts. Rev. 3 (1999)

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EDITORIAL NOTES



               AN  ISSUE OF FCCR FIRSTS

   Each issue of FCCR is a small historical milestone, as befits the profes-
sional journal of a constantly evolving and vibrant interdisciplinary associa-
tion promoting humane resolution of family conflict. This is an especially
important issue with many firsts for FCCR.


HOFSTRA   LAW  SCHOOL   COSPONSORSHIP

   This is the first issue of Family and Conciliation Courts Review (FCCR)
that is formally cosponsored by my professional home base, Hofstra Univer-
sity School of Law. The cover and the masthead have been revised to reflect
Hofstra's cosponsorship. I hope that this issue is the beginning of a produc-
tive partnership that will, over time, increase FCCR's visibility in the legal
community  while continuing to expand its usefulness to the diverse profes-
sional backgrounds of Association of Family and Conciliation Courts (AFCC)
members.
   The members  of the Hofstra and AFCC communities who made cospon-
sorship possible deserve special recognition and thanks. On the Hofstra side,
Dean Stuart Rabinowitz and Vice Dean M. Patricia Adamski helped guide and
shape the cosponsorship proposal; Professor Mitchell Gans chaired a special
Faculty Committee that reviewed and supported it. Other Committee mem-
bers included Professors Robert A. Baruch Bush (whom many AFCC mem-
bers know from his groundbreaking scholarship on transformative media-
tion), Janet L. Dolgin, and David A. Diamond. The Committee also benefited
from the input of Professor John Gregory. On the AFCC side, Hon. Alastair
Nicholson and Ann Milne made a timely visit to Hofstra last February to dis-
cuss the cosponsorship proposal with the special Faculty Committee and left
a lasting positive impression of AFCC in the Law School community.


NEW   EDITORIAL  BOARD   MEMBERS

   Another first for this issue is the masthead listing of several new Editorial
Board members.  A brief biography will introduce them to AFCC members
and indicate the contribution each makes to the Editorial Board.
FAMILY AND CONCILIATION COURTS REVIEW, Vol. 37 No. 1, January 1999 3-7
0 1999 Sage Publications, Inc.


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