Magazine Name Change
Back by popular demand: WSBA’s member magazine is returning to its former title, Washington State Bar News, which is inclusive of all license types and clearly identifies the publication’s provenance. After hearing from members, the WSBA Board of Governors voted on the name change at its November 2019 meeting. The new masthead will begin appearing on the April/May 2020 edition, a timeline that will allow WSBA to ensure continuity of its registered International Standard Serial Number and notify advertisers. Look for Washington State Bar News to hit your mailbox soon!
Connecting Washington's Legal Community
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Article Submission Guidelines
NWLawyer relies on submissions from WSBA members and nonmembers that are of interest to readers. Please contact the editor if you have questions about your submission or to discuss a topic for an article. Send articles to firstname.lastname@example.org. Articles should not have been submitted to any other publications and become the property of the WSBA.
Articles typically run 1,500 words. Citations should be incorporated into the body of the article and kept to a minimum. Please include a brief author’s biography, including contact information, at the end of the article. High-resolution graphics and photographs are requested. Authors should provide a high-resolution digital photo of themselves with their submission.
The editor reserves the right to edit articles as deemed appropriate. The editor may work with the writer, but no additional proofs of articles will be provided. The editor reserves the right to determine when and if to publish an article. NWLawyer is published nine times a year on or about the first of the month. The current circulation is approximately 34,000.
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