The ABA Section of Antitrust Law Student Writing Competition

Winners of the Section of Antitrust Law Student Writing Competition get $2,000 and a trip to the Spring Meeting – airfare, accomodations, and registration paid.

The Law Student Writing Competition encourages and rewards student-written articles in the area of antitrust law, competition policy, and consumer protection law.

How to Enter:

  1. Write an article about antitrust. Law students currently enrolled or graduating can write eligible articles of general interest to the antitrust law community, including: Civil and Criminal Antitrust Law, Competition Policy, Consumer Protection, and International Competition Law.
  2. Have it published. Articles published in ABA-accredited schools’ law reviews or journals between January 1, 2012 and March 1, 2013 qualify.
  3. Get nominated. Each publication’s Editor-in-Chief may nominate one article for the award. E-mail the article and a completed entry form by February 1, 2013 via email

More Details:

The winner, announced March 2013, will receive a check for $2,000 and an invitation to the Antitrust Section’s Spring Meeting (April 10-12, 2013) in Washington, D.C. Airfare (if living outside D.C. area), accommodations, and registration will be paid by the ABA.

Eligible papers include published notes, comments and articles and should generally be 20-30 pages in length, with footnotes.

Joint papers and unpublished work, including work that was prepared for a class, seminar or independent study are not eligible. Papers cannot exceed 50 pages, with footnotes.

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