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A magazine catering to employees of the judiciary system, not just lawyers, seeks a suitable cover. The image must be vertical and provide approximately 20% "white space" (blank area) for overlay text at the top of the image. Although "law enforcement" images might be acceptable, the client is really looking for courtroom life images. This can include a closeup of a gavel, a jury bench, "Justice" with her scales, courthouse steps, stacks of legal books, etc. Amateur snapshots of courthouses, interior or exterior, are not acceptable. Any people included in the image must not be identifiable.
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Wednesday, 11th May, 2011 (GMT)
Wednesday, 18th May, 2011 – Tuesday, 24th May, 2011 (GMT)
Wednesday, 25th May, 2011 – Tuesday, 31st May, 2011 (GMT)
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