Bar News - March 7, 2008
Bar News Editorial Policy
New Hampshire Bar News is published 22 times a year (twice monthly, but once a month in August and December) and is the official publication of the New Hampshire Bar Association. Bar News aims to provide Bar members with timely information about the Bar, its members and the practice of law in New Hampshire, and to promote an exchange of ideas about issues facing the legal community.
The Bar News Editorial Advisory Board welcomes letters and articles on substantive legal matters, law practice and other topics of interest to Bar members. Submissions must include the author's name, address and phone number. Submissions via e-mail are encouraged. Submissions will be considered from Bar members and others with an interest in New Hampshire's justice system. The Board is mindful of the publication's role in promoting civility, professionalism and other objectives of New Hampshire's unified Bar, as established in the Association's Constitution and by its Board of Governors.
Submissions that include personal attacks, contain language which may be deemed defamatory, or are inconsistent with the purpose of the publication, will not be published. Submissions that relate to pending litigation or partisan politics will be closely scrutinized. The Editorial Board reserves discretion to accept or reject articles or to consider exceptions to the length guidelines for subjects of extraordinary interest to the Bar.
All submissions to Bar News are subject to editing for length and style. Editorial submissions should be sent to Dan Wise, editor, at email@example.com. For advertising information, contact Donna M. Parker, advertising manager/production coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.