I am writing, with some pride and a bit of sadness, my last Editor’s Note for Family Law Quarterly. I joined the Board of Editors seven years ago, eager to be a part of this venerable publication and armed with ideas that would help it continue to live up to its esteemed reputation. During her more than twenty years at the helm, Linda Elrod built FLQ into a go-to journal, gathering countless cites in cases, case books, articles, and more, and a readership that relied on the articles within to change the lives of families for the better. As I have said many times, hers were tough shoes to fill, but attempt to fill them I did, for the last five years.
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