National Legal Writing Scholarship Opportunities
Topic: Encourages law students to develop a thorough understanding of the evolution and practice of Information Goverance and Discovery in civil litigation. The competition is the only one of its kind designed to challenge law students to explore the evolving issues of document management, electronically stored information, and ever-expanding technology - along with their application to the law.
Deadline: April 13, 2015
Topic: Entries should concern any issue within the general category of legal ethics.
Deadline: Friday, April 24, 2015
Topic: The scope of permissible topics for the writing competition is broad - any aspect of tax law is acceptable. Students are encouraged to submit a paper addressing: a public policy issue, a critique of a leading case or doctrine, a comment on a statute or the need for statutory modification, or a comment on a common law doctrine.
Deadline: Thursday, April 30, 2015
Topic: The Impact of "Corporate Personhood" on American Life: Should Corporations Be Afforded Bill of Rights and Other Constitutional Protections? Essays may focus on these or other questions: Limits on the corporate right to advertise; Political speech rights for corporations, or Substantive due process for corporations.
Deadline: April 30, 2015
Topic: Rule 2 allows for a broad range of topics, provided it is one of practical concern to lawyers engaged in the defense or management of the defense of civil litigation. Unusual subjects are desirable if of sufficiently widespread interest beyond the borders of any state or province. Entries should be of law review type and quality, not briefs. Authors' opinions should reflect consideration of both sides of the issue.
Deadline: Friday, May 15, 2015
Topic: Papers on any federal or state tax-related topic may be submitted in accordance with the Competition Rules (viewable at www.tannenwald.org).
Deadline: 9:00 pm on July 1, 2015