The purpose of the Family Law Quarterly (“FLQ”) is, first, to make a significant contribution to the legal community by publishing material of practical and theoretical importance, and, second, to give students an opportunity to work on important legal scholarship.
The Board of Editors consists of law professors, judges, and lawyers who specialize
in family law. The Board of Editors is responsible for choosing topics
for publication and finding authors to write those articles. The Editor
in Chief serves as the Chair of the Board of Editors.
Second and third year students are eligible to be members of the FLQ. New members to the FLQ will be considered Junior Members (JM); members who have spent one year as a Junior Member will be considered Senior Members (SM). There will be one position available to an SM to become the student Editor in Chief, and there will be one or two positions available to an SM to become an Executive Research Editor. The student Editor in Chief and the student Executive Research Editor(s) may be eligible for scholarship money that is awarded by the ABA each year.