Anyone who wants to share a family story is invited to participate in a seminar hosted by the University of Utah's College of Law and Gender Studies Program.

Organizers of "New Frontiers in Family Law" Feb. 28 are seeking people from diverse backgrounds to present monologues related to family, intimacy, kinship and relatedness.

A panel of judges will select monologues with an eye toward representing a broad spectrum of family experiences. Suggested themes include race, religion, parenting, marriage or divorce.

The monologues can be up to five minutes and can be in a variety of forms, such as poetry, prose or song. The deadline to submit monologues is Thursday.