Monday, January 23, 2012
Starting Up and Setting Out: A seminar for editors
Are you an in-house editor who’s thinking of going freelance? On Saturday, Feb. 4, I and two other freelance editors are presenting a half-day seminar titled Starting Up and Setting Out, part of the Editors’ Association of Canada’s professional development series. Find out if freelancing is for you, as well as how to land clients, market your services, and much more. Deadline for earlybird registration is Jan. 28. Full details on the EAC website. Thanks to the organization for inviting me to be a panellist!
- Jaclyn Law
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Jaclyn Law

 
Jaclyn Law is a writer and an editor with more than 17 years’ experience. Formerly copy chief at Chatelaine and managing editor at Abilities, she has freelanced full-time since 2006. Her clients include magazines, websites, non-profits and corporations. Jaclyn is president of the Toronto Chapter of the Professional Writers Association of Canada and a member of the Editors’ Association of Canada.
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