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Op-Eds · Articles
Law & Industry Daily welcomes op-ed and commentary submissions.
Given first publishing priority are timely, well-written opinions on matters of public interest related to business law, government regulation and civil courts.
There are no minimum author credentials required in order for opinion submissions to be considered for publication.
Submissions should be addressed to Letters to the Editor at Law & Industry Daily. Items may be edited for length and clarity.
Your full name, phone number and e-mail address are required for verification. Only the author’s name be published. Anonymous submissions, letters using a pseudonym and open letters are not reviewed.
Op-ed submissions of 250-500 or fewer words are published in the Commentary section of the site.
Guest articles of 500-1,500 words are generally accepted from analysts, academicians and subject-matter experts.
Please send electronically — email to email@example.com or upload to ftp://ftp.bizlawnews.com/incoming.
The act of submitting a letter or other digital content to Law & Industry Daily represents the sender/author is indeed the writer and copyright owner.
Submission also represents issuance of a royalty-free license to publish and redistribute via syndication the submitted materials.
Authors retain their full copyright.
For writing tips, we suggest Garbl’s Writing Center.
Writers’ Rights: The National Writers Union Freelance Writers’ Guide, 2nd Edition.
From the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ): On Your Own: A Guide to Freelance Journalism.