Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Whittier student writing competition

Intellectual Property Writing Competition

Whittier Law Review seeks paper submissions in conjunction with its yearly symposium. The paper should relate to legal issues and challenges that surround Intellectual Property with an emphasis in New Media Topics.

- Authors must attend ABA accredited law schools
- Papers must represent original works not previously published or targeted for submission to another journal, law review or other periodical for publication until the winning papers are announced.
- Papers must be between 8,000-12,000 words, including footnotes, double spaced in 12 point font.

Please submit as an attached .doc file to with “WRITING COMPETITION” in the subject line by 5 PM Pacific Time on September 9, 2011.
Please attach a cover letter which includes the author’s name, paper title and school.

The 1st place winner shall receive $1,000, publication in the Whittier Law Review and travel to the IP Symposium in Costa Mesa, CA. The 2nd & 3rd place winners will receive $500 each and honorable mention.

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