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The Atlanta Bar welcomes member-submitted articles for The Atlanta Lawyer magazine. If you have an interesting story or article idea and would like to submit it for consideration, we would like to hear from you!
Article submission guidelines:

The Atlanta Lawyer follows The Bluebook style guide

1,600 word limit

Must be Atlanta Bar member unless otherwise approved



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The Editorial Board of The Atlanta Lawyer will consider all articles and letters submitted for publication, however it reserves the right to reject articles and letters submitted. Articles are judged on importance of topic, clarity, and timeliness. The Editorial Board gives priority to articles promoting the activities of the Association and its members. The Board reserves the right to edit or rewrite an article as a condition of publication.

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