Law Students: Win $500 in the First LLS Writing Contest
By Katherine at Legal Language
Posted on 11/05/2010
In Legal Resources
Are you attending a law school in the United States?
Could you use a little extra cash?
If so, then I’ve got some good news for you: LLS is holding its first ever writing contest, and we’re giving $500.00 to the winner!
Immigration is a hot topic right now — and not just in the United States. Have you made any observations about immigration in the US or abroad? We want to hear your thoughts, opinions and arguments.
Writing Contest Details
Your thoughts about immigration in the United States and/or abroad should be composed as an article 500 to 1,000 words long and written for an audience of legal professionals.
Winning articles will reflect recent developments in the subject of immigration, bring forth new ideas about immigration or introduce a discussion. The articles will be judged on subject matter treatment and analysis.
One lucky winner will receive a cash award of $500.00. Two runners-up will receive $100.00 each, and all three will have their articles posted here on our site. A number of honorable mention articles will be published here as well.
How to Enter the LLS Writing Contest
Got some ideas for an award-winning short article? Good — get writing! But before you submit anything to us, remember these following requirements:
- The article has to be original content written by you.
- The article can’t be published anywhere else.
- You must currently be enrolled in an accredited US law school.
Check out the official rules and regulations for more information.
You have until 11:59 p.m. on Feb. 28, 2011 to submit your entry. Good luck!