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Grammy Foundation – 15th Annual Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Competition

Submission Deadline: January 3, 2013 (11 am PST) First Place: $5,000 Four Second PlaceWinners: $1,500 All winners receive: One Grammy Award Show Ticket Round-Trip Airfare to the Grammy Awards Hotel Accomodations One MusciCares Person of the Year Ticket For details, click here or call 310-392-3777 or email.  

IT-Lex Technology Law Writing Contest-Deadline is May 1, 2013

IT-Lex, a not-for-profi t organization dedicated to educational, literary, and scientifi c advancement in the fi eld of technology law, is proud to announce its first Technology Law Writing Competition, sponsored by the law firm of Foley & Lardner LLP. All accredited law school students in good standing are eligible to enter the writing competition. […]

The Eighth Annual Constitutional Environmental Law Student Writing Competition (2012-2013)-Deadline is April 12, 2013

The U.S. Constitution has long been interpreted by the courts and understood by most Americans to support comprehensive environmental protections. However, arguments questioning the constitutional legitimacy of environmental law have continued to gain traction in the federal courts. In response to this trend, ELI, ABA SEER’s Constitutional Law Committee, and NAELS invite law students to […]

The Third Annual International Humanitarian Law Student Writing Competition.

American University Washington College of Law Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Law (Center) and the American Society of International Law’s Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict (ASIL) are pleased to announce the Third Annual International Humanitarian Law Student Writing Competition. The Competition seeks submissions of academic papers on the topic of international […]

The American College of Legal Medicine’s 2013 Loletta M. Orr Post-Doctoral Writing Competition

New this year, the American College of Legal Medicine (ACLM) will present an award for the outstanding original post-doctoral paper on legal medicine. All post-doctoral at­torneys or health professionals enrolled in full-time studies are encouraged to compete. Orr Award Winner – $1,000 2nd Prize – $500 3rd Prize – $250 The first place paper will […]

The National Law Review Fall 2012 Student Writing Competition

National Law Review Fall 2012 Suggested Topics: 1) Immigration Law 2) Election Law and Campaign Finance Reform Submissions are now being accepted for consideration for publication in the March issue of the National Law Review (NLR). Please note that although students are encouraged to submit articles pertaining to the above-listed topics, they may also submit […]

The American College of Legal Medicine’s 2013 Student Writing Competition in Law, Medicine & Bioethics

Every year, the American College of Legal Medicine (ACLM) presents an award for the outstanding original paper on legal medicine. All students studying medicine, law, dentistry, podiatry, nursing, pharmacy, health science, healthcare administration or public health are encouraged to compete. Hirsh Award Winner – $1,000 2nd Prize – $500 3rd Prize – $250 The first […]

Law School Admissions Council’s Student Writing Award and Conference in Mysore, India

The International Association of Law Schools (IALS)  Board of Governors invites the law students of its member schools to apply for the Law School Admissions Council Student Writing Award. The Award certificate will be presented at the conference to each of the four regional winners and it includes reasonable travel expenses to attend the annual […]

The American Indian Law Review Writing Competition – Deadline is January 31, 2013

Topics: Papers will be accepted on any issue concerning American Indian Law or indigenous peoples. However, topics recently published in the American Indian Law Review will not be favored. Eligibility: The competition is open to students at accredited law schools in the United States and Canada who are enrolled as of the competition deadline of […]

Reminder: The Deadline For The American College of Employment Benefits Counsel’s Eighth Annual Employment Benefits Writing Competition is Midnight Central Time on June 1st!

SUBJECT: Any topic in the field of employee benefits law. OPEN TO: Any J.D. and graduate (LL.M. or S.J.D) law students enrolled at any time between August 15, 2011 and August 15, 2012. SUBMIT BY: June 1, 2012. PRIZES: Clarin M. Schwartz Memorial Award$1,500 /Sidney M. Perlstadt Memorial Award $1,500 Each winner will be honored […]