Date: December 12, 2018
Moderator: Michele A. L. Villagran, San José State University
Speakers: Kristina L. Niedringhaus, Georgia State University; Tom Gaylord, Northwestern University; Susan Nevelow Mart, University of Colorado; James B. Levy, Nova Southeastern University; Michael Chiorazzi, University of Arizona; Susan Nevelow Mart, University of Colorado
BoK Domains: Professionalism + Leadership at Every Level
Have you ever wondered what it takes to get an article published? Have you thought about writing but weren’t sure where to start? There is enormous interest in producing scholarship, but many of us struggle with making time, developing topics, and staying motivated. This webinar will feature a panel of editors from five major law library publications, who will demystify the writing and publication process by providing insight into what makes a good article, what the editors look for when they review submissions, and how to build collaborative relationships with your editors. The panelists will discuss the unique attributes of different publications and help authors think strategically about publication avenues. They will also share tips for writing and producing scholarship, trends, and areas in need of more research and exploration.