Family Law Quarterly (ISSN: 0014-729X), published four times per year, is the journal of the American Bar Association Section of Family Law, published as a service to its members. Family Law Quarterly publishes theme issues on topics of interest to lawyers practicing in the field of family law. Recent issues have covered: Assisted Reproductive Technology, International Custody, Domestic Violence and the annual Review of the Year in Family Law. Circulation: 10,500

Subscriptions and Back Issues

A subscription to the Family Law Quarterly is included as part of membership dues of $50 in the ABA Section of Family Law. If you are currently an ABA member and want to join the Section of Family Law, please call the ABA Service Center at 800-285-2221 or join the section online.

Institutions and individuals not eligible for Association membership may subscribe to the Quarterly for $79.95 per year ($89.95/foreign). To order, contact the ABA Service Center:

ABA Publication Orders
321 N. Clark St.
Chicago, IL 60654-7598
Phone: 800-285-2221

Reference Product Code Number 513-0100.

Back issues are also available. For back issues less than 2 years old, contact the ABA Service Center at the above address. For issues 2 years and older, contact:

William S. Hein & Company, Inc.
2350 North Forest Road
Getzville, NY 14068
Phone: 800-828-7571

Submit an Article (Information for Authors)

Family Law Quarterly welcomes the submission of original articles, comments, notes, and book reviews. Please submit your manuscript as a double-spaced, Word document attachment to an email. Please use endnotes (not footnotes). Family Law Quarterly uses The Chicago Manual of Style as a style guide for text and The Bluebook: A Uniform System of Citation for endnotes.


Please submit your manuscript to:

Professor Kendra Huard Fershee
Family Law Quarterly
West Virginia University College of Law

Permission to Reprint

Information on requesting reprint permission is available from the ABA Reprint Permission website.


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