Call for Article Opportunities—Second Quarter 2017
Call for Article Opportunities
By Kirk Bowden
The National Association of Certified Valuators and Analysts® (NACVA®) stands alone from other professional valuation organizations in its commitment to publishing. Deemed as the “Publishing Juggernaut in Business Valuation and Financial Litigation,” NACVA is extending an opportunity for you to submit articles for consideration in three of our prestigious publications. These include The Value Examiner®, QuickRead®, and the National Litigation Consultants’ Review™.
These publications allow authors the opportunity to not only get published, but also to share their expertise with their peers while earning valuable CPE credit. These articles can be a terrific way to demonstrate your skillset to clients and increase your visibility to obtain additional new business. The CPE is NACVA CPE which can be used toward recertification requirements and is accepted by many state CPE boards and accrediting organizations, although individuals should confirm if this meets those requirements.
Here’s a brief summary of each publication and the type of articles you might consider submitting:
The Value Examiner
The Value Examiner is an independent, professional development journal dedicated to the exploration of value and its ramifications for consultants. It is the singular source of timely, technical, in-depth articles written for consultants by practitioners and academics at the top of their respective fields.
The Value Examiner is requesting articles that focus on the impact of divorce on valuation of property, mergers and acquisitions issues, and smart exit planning.
Readers of the weekly QuickRead will come to appreciate it as a primary source for current news and information highlights in the high demand financial consulting areas, including: valuation/appraisal, case law, expert witness, financial accounting, financial forensics, healthcare, litigation consulting, taxation, practice management, and mergers and acquisitions/exit planning.
National Litigation Consultants’ Review (NLCR™)
The NLCR includes feature articles offering practical analysis of contemporary issues, frank discussions, and insights into how financial issues must be presented and defended in the courtroom; and war stories from expert witnesses, attorneys, and judges who have been there.
To learn more about submitting an article, please visit www.NACVA.com/Article. We welcome your articles and feedback. As a benefit of NACVA membership, you receive access to all of our publications. We appreciate the many members who have contributed to these publications.