We welcome proposals from both new and experienced attorneys. If you are informed, enthusiastic and dedicated, we encourage you to reach out to us.
What if I am interested in writing, but I don't have a particular topic in mind?
We are more than happy to work with you to determine a topic that will be a valuable resource for attorneys in your practice area.
Is there a specific page count that is required for the submission?
In short: no! If your submission is accepted by the NCBA, you may be asked to expand upon the content, but there is no set page count that must be met initially.
How long does it take to produce a publication from the time an initial proposal is submitted to the time that it is released?
If your initial submission consists of an outline and brief summary, you will typically be given 6-12 months to write a first draft. However, if you have submitted a more complete manuscript and are asked to expand upon the content, you may be given approximately 1-2 months to complete this task.
What should my submission include?
In your proposal, please include the following:
Please note that proposals and the materials submitted with them cannot be returned. We suggest using inexpensive recording media. Do not send original documents.
How should I submit my proposal?
Please send electronic proposals, including the above-requested information, to:
Laura Bonfiglio | email@example.com
What are the primary benefits of publishing a book with the NCBA?
Writing a book is one of the most effective marketing tools for a lawyer and their firm. Becoming a NCBA author also:
Through this business development opportunity — available exclusively to NCBA members — authors are equipped with dedicated resources, expert guidance and an established publishing platform.
I have a question about becoming a NCBA author. Whom should I contact?
Please email Laura Bonfiglio at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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