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The Texas Lawbook welcomes unsolicited articles written by lawyers and subject matter experts on topics relevant to corporate in-house counsel and business lawyers operating in Texas.
Start with a Pitch
Those interested in having an article published in The Texas Lawbook should prepare a two or three paragraph summary that explains why the article is an interesting and important subject for business lawyers and corporate general counsel. In addition, please include any timeliness issues about the article or subject matter and a brief bio of the author. You may submit articles to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Texas Lawbook is not an academic journal or a law review. Articles should be written for a highly educated and sophisticated audience interested in business and law. Not every reader will be a specialist in a particular area. Here are some writing tips to keep in mind:
The best way to get a feel for the style and tone we want is to read articles published in The Texas Lawbook.
Articles must be between 750 and 2,500 words. That’s about two to seven pages, if you follow the formatting instructions below:
We will review your article and let you know if we decide to publish the article. If so, our staff will copyedit the article to conform to our standards.