GPSolo's Book Publications Board
Launching a New Year: More Publishing Opportunities and E-Books
The Book Publications Board launched a fresh start with the beginning of the ABA year and with a new chair, Melanie D. Bragg.
Bragg is the new Book Publications Board Chair and is focused on bringing new authors and interesting topics to our Division’s publications. Her focus is to continue to expand the diversity of subjects published and actively recruit authors and abstracts for potential books. “It’s going to be a fun year,” stated Melanie Bragg, Division book publications board chair and owner of Bragg Law and Legal Insight, Inc. “ We are setting up a new Facebook public group, starting a new book series, and redesigning some book covers. “
With the continued power of the Kindle and other innovative reading devices, ABA knows how to keep you up to date and in style at the same time. The Book Publications Board is working hard on bringing the latest titles, author, and topics to us in e-books in the year ahead.
Current new book releases in hard copy for your consideration:
For more new book releases, click here.
“We have a full agenda and a great board. I am very interested in hearing from the membership about areas that are of interest to them and sharing their ideas that they are uniquely qualified to write about over the next year,” added Bragg.
Bragg Law is a general civil practice with an emphasis on mediation and arbitration. She does court-appointed work in the civil-county and district, probate, juvenile, and family courts. Ms. Bragg is also president of Legal Insight, Inc., a company who has been providing legal education to the health care industry since 1994.
Bragg is the author of HIPAA for the General Practitioner, published by the American Bar Association’s Solo, Small Firm and General Practice Division in July 2009. Her upcoming and soon to be released book is Defining Moments: Insights Into a Lawyer’s Soul for the American Bar Association flagship division.
Read more about Bragg in the “Member Spotlight” of this e-report.
Contact Melanie Bragg at firstname.lastname@example.org.