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The editors of DIC generally read and accept queries and submissions year round on topics related to Family Court in Connecticut--Judges, Attorneys and the operation of the Connecticut Judicial Branch as a whole. 
There are two approaches to obtaining publication in DIC
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The average length of an article on this blog is around 1500 words, but it can be more or less, or the work can be broken up into sections and published as a serial. 
Divorce in Connecticut is looking for articles that challenge the status quo in regard to how Family Court handles extended term divorces.  It seeks to find diverse points of view and to look at solutions from a broad range of angles, and is not afraid to venture into unexplored territory. 
At the same time, it seeks to educate, to inform, and to equip its readers to conduct their legal cases in a more effective and intelligent manner.  Articles that fall within the above parameters will be very successful and well received on this blog.


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1 comment:

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