The Richmond Journal of Law and the Public Interest seeks articles for a fall symposium on alternative court systems. Articles could address issues related to Family Court, Drug Court, Juvenile and Domestic Relations Court, Benefits, Effects on Recidivism, and all other relevant topics. Submission is rolling, but deadline is August 10, 2010. Articles will be published Fall 2010. Authors may be invited to speak at the symposium at the University of Richmond. Submission guidelines are here.
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