you for volunteering to submit an article for publication in the Tau Epsilon
Rho Law Society SUMMONS. Following
is a summary of submission guidelines for your reference.
keep in mind that Tau Epsilon Rho comprises attorneys from across the country.
Accordingly, educational articles should have a broad application, and
not be restricted to practices or trends within a specific locality.
submit your article by computer file. Formatting
should be in Word Perfect (preferred) or ASCII Text format.
PLEASE DO NOT SUBMIT FILES IN MICROSOFT WORD FORMAT.
Files may be submitted on computer diskette or by e-mail attachment.
should be included in a separate file, as they are printed only when space
permits. If space does not permit
printing footnotes, the editorial policy is to direct readers to the article's
author for this information. Please
include contact information that can be printed with the article.
available space limits publication within a particular issue to 4-6 columns.
The Editor reserves the right to divide the article for publication
across multiple issues (if you believe that the article will require
subdivision, I encourage you to recommend the logical place for such a break).
your article is protected by copyright, please include an appropriate statement
granting permission for TER to print the protected work.
encourage authors to forward a head and shoulders photograph for inclusion with
Editor reserves the right to edit all submissions.
In the case of education articles, usually, editing is performed only for
grammar and formatting.
call (248-357-0002) or send e-mail to the Editor (firstname.lastname@example.org)
if you have any questions.
you for your contribution to the Society.