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A limited number of articles can be published in the Web Law Review and therefore EagleLink reserves the right to select which articles will appear. A subscription does not guarantee publication of an article, although every effort will be made to use a submitted article in the next edition or an upcoming edition.
ARTICLES SUBMITTIED for publication in the Web Law Review should be written for people outside the legal community. The goal of the publication is to provide information to inform the general public about current legal issues while avoiding legally technical detail which might only be understood by legal professionals.
Articles should be in the range of 1,000 to 1,500 words, although all lengths will be considered.
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The author will have the opportunity to "proof" the article on line before it is released to the general public.
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