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35th Annual Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition

The Planning & Law Division of the American Planning Association announces its 35th Annual Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition. The winning entry in the competition will be awarded a prize of $2,000 and will be submitted for publication in The Urban Lawyer, the law journal of the American Bar Association’s Section of State & Local Government […]

20th Annual Health Law Writing Competition – Submissions Due Friday, March 2, 2018

Epstein Becker Green is pleased to announce its 20th Annual Health Law Writing Competition. The competition is designed to encourage J.D. and LL.M. students in the preparation of scholarly papers on current topics of interest relating to health law. Cash prizes will be awarded as follows for the three best papers: First Place: $4,000    […]

The 2018 American College of Employee Benefits Counsel Writing Competition

Since 2005, the American College of Employee Benefits Counsel (ACEBCE) has sponsored a writing competition for law students, to encourage them to learn about employee benefits. Papers may be on any topic in the employee benefits field. Up to two monetary prizes are offered, one funded by Susan Serota, in honor of her father, Sidney […]

ABI’s 2018 Law Student Writing Competition

The American Bankruptcy Institute (“ABI”) is pleased to invite students to participate in its Tenth Annual ABI Bankruptcy Law Student Writing Competition. First, Second and Third Place prizes will be awarded. WRITING TOPIC: We invite papers on current issues regarding bankruptcy jurisdiction, bankruptcy litigation, or evidence in bankruptcy cases or proceedings. The paper may address […]

Tallahassee Barristers Association Scholarship Contest

The Tallahassee Barristers Association (Barristers) is a voluntary legal organization that focuses on empowering and supporting minority lawyers in the greater Tallahassee area. The Barristers established the Robert Woolfork Scholarship Foundation to support Florida law students and encourage innovative thinking on diversity, race, and the law. Each year, we award scholarships to students during our […]

Epstein Becker Green 20th Annual Health Law Writing Competition

Epstein Becker Green is pleased to announce its 20th Annual Health Law Writing Competition. The competition is designed to encourage J.D. and LL.M. students in the preparation of scholarly papers on current topics of interest relating to health law. Cash prizes will be awarded as follows for the three best papers: First Place: $4,000    […]

American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers 2018 Writing Competition

The American College of Consumer Financial Services Lawyers is pleased to announce awards to be presented for: (a) the best book (b) the best publishable article, book chapter, or substantial book review (c) the best student note or comment on a topic dealing with consumer financial services law. The awards include cash payments of $2500, […]

20th Entertainment Law Initiative Writing Competition

The Recording Academy™, in concert with some of the nation’s most prominent entertainment attorneys, established the Entertainment Law Initiative® to promote discussion and debate about the most compelling legal issues facing the music industry today. Now in its 20th year, the program has grown to include a national writing competition, mentor sessions, and a GRAMMY® […]

Inaugural John D. Greenwald Writing Competition Submission Deadline: November 15, 2017

IIEL and the Georgetown Journal of International Law are pleased to announce the launch of the Inaugural John D. Greenwald Writing Competition.  The Competition is seeking submissions of Notes from current JD, LL.M., or SJD students on international economic law.  The Competition, named after John D. Greenwald, a former Deputy General Counsel in the Office […]

The Center for Alcohol Policy Now Accepting Entries for its 10th Annual National Essay Contest

The Center for Alcohol Policy is now accepting entries for its 10th Annual National Essay Contest. The Center’s national essay contest is intended to foster debate, analysis and examination of state alcohol regulation. The topic for this year’s contest is: The Supreme Court has recognized “temperance” as a permissible goal of state alcohol regulation. Define temperance as […]