BCLC offers numerous ways for you to publish your written work to a wide and knowledgeable audience. Just a few examples:
- Business Law Today (BLT) is the fastest and easiest way for BCLC members to publish to the entire Business Law Section. Whether you are a newer lawyer or an existing influencer and thought leader, we encourage you to submit any of the following content types to the BLT Editorial Board for consideration: Month-In-Brief (a straightforward, 1-paragraph summary about any legal development impacting business litigation or dispute resolution within the past 30 days); and Short Articles (750 words or less providing insight on a timely business law topic without footnotes or extensive citations). For more information, or to submit your idea or manuscript, contact Mac McCoy (firstname.lastname@example.org) (Executive Editor) and Sara Bussiere (Sara.Bussiere@cwt.com) (Managing Editor).
- Annual Review of Recent Developments in Business and Corporate Litigation. The Annual Review is a nationwide survey of significant case developments in roughly thirty different substantive areas of business and corporate litigation. Over two hundred attorneys contribute case summaries and commentary to the Annual Review each year. This is a great opportunity to publish your writing, work with other attorneys and contribute to the profession. The Annual Review is published annually, shortly before the Business Law Section Spring Meeting. To learn of opportunities to participate, contact editors-in-chief Jessica Mendelson (email@example.com) and Anne Steadman (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Network Newsletter. Network is BCLC’s newsletter, containing news about the Committees’ activities and members, and discussions of interesting legal issues. It is published twice a year, in advance of the Spring and Annual Meetings. For more information, or to submit items for publication, contact editor-in-chief Sarah Ennis (email@example.com).
- The Business Lawyer. TBL is the flagship publication of the Business Law Section. It is published quarterly and features scholarly articles (similar to law review articles) on the most salient current business law issues.