The Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research at Birmingham Law School (CEPLER) launched its national law student essay writing competition in 2014. The winner ( City GDL student Chris Richards ) received an iPad mini and the opportunity to have their essay published on the CEPLER website as a CEPLER Working Paper.
One of the ECSL's core objectives is to promote knowledge of and interest in the law relating to space activities through the encouragement of research activities. In 2014 it was decided to inaugurate a Student Essay Competition. The competition challenges students to think critically about a particular topic in space law and policy and to present cogent arguments in support of a position.2017.These range from the long-standing competitions like The Times Law Awards, which runs in association with One Essex Court, to the less well known. This year we saw The Centre for Professional Legal Education and Research (CEPLER) at Birmingham Law School launch its inaugural essay competition. This made one of our GDL students very happy; Chris.The Prize is open to young individuals (i.e. those who are under 35 on 31 April 2019) who are individual members of the International League of Competition Law (LIDC) or residents of a country where there is an affiliated national group (such as the Competition Law Association in the UK). Download full details of the Prize rules here.
The 2017 competition was judged by employment and discrimination law barrister Aysha Ahmad and professor of Labour Law at Oxford and fellow of Hertford College, Alan Bogg. The event, which took place at Wadham, was organised by Wadham Law students. A compendium of essays resulting from the event will be available soon.
Jesus College currently offers one annual essay prize to potential students. This annual essay prize is awarded to a secondary school student who shows an outstanding understanding of, and ability in, law. The Lord Toulson Essay Prize in Law, in honour of the late Lord Roger Toulson, Justice of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, is.
Trinity College was pleased to launch the Robert Walker Prize for Essays in Law in 2013. The prize is named after an Honorary Fellow of the College, Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, a retired Justice of the Supreme Court and former law student at Trinity. Lord Walker has for many years been a supporter of Law at Trinity, meeting students at.
Get published and win rewards. As a Law Student Division member, you are eligible to participate in ABA law student writing competitions sponsored by ABA specialty groups. Some writing competitions even offer monetary awards and publishing credit. For more information, please contact the sponsoring entity directly. Need help finding an entity?
IBA Law Students' Committee Essay Competition 2014. The judging panel has carefully assessed all the essays received but was to its great regret unable to award a prize this year.
New law essay prize launched A new law essay prize for secondary school students has been launched at Jesus College Cambridge. The prize will be awarded each year for an essay that shows an outstanding understanding of, and ability in, the field of law.
Eu Competition Policy Essay. EU Competition Policy European competition law and policy have changed significantly in recent years. With an enlarged EU of 27 member states, new rules, policies and administrative procedures have become increasingly important to ensure that this fundamental legal regime continues to promote competition and protect consumer welfare.
R.A. Butler Politics Prize The R.A. Butler Prize for essays in Politics and International Studies is a competition that can be entered by students in Year 12 or the Lower 6th. Candidates are invited to submit an essay on a topic to be chosen from a list of general questions announced in March each year, and to be submitted in August.
Academic competitions for schools and colleges Several colleges and departments of the University of Oxford run competitions which are open to students from schools and colleges. Preparing an entry for one of these competitions is a valuable experience for academically motivated students, so please do encourage your students to enter.
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A GDL student, Anita Davies, has won this year’s Times Law Awards essay competition on Supreme Court UK: radical change or business as usual? The Times reports that the winners were chosen from nearly 300 entries by a panel from One Essex Court, and a judging panel consisting of Justice Secretary Jack Straw; Lord Phillips of Worth Matravers, the President of the Supreme Court; Lord Grabiner.
The City Law School is one of London’s major law schools, offering a range of academic and professional courses, and is situated in the very heart of legal London. To find out how you can become a student here too, check out the City Law School website.
The Financial Times and The Bodley Head announce third annual essay prize 26 Sep 2014 The Financial Times has been a byword for quality writing since 1888, home to some of the world’s best journalists and feature writers, including Martin Wolf, Lucy Kellaway and Gillian Tett.