Student Legal Writing Competitions - January 2022

American Society of International Law Francis Lieber Prize for Outstanding Publications in the Law of Armed Conflict
"The American Society of International Law’s Lieber Society on the Law of Armed Conflict awards the Francis Lieber Prize to the authors of publications that the judges consider to be outstanding in the field of law and armed conflict."
Deadline: January 10, 2021

International Trademark Association Ladas Memorial Award
"trademark law or a matter that directly relates to or affects trademarks."
Deadline: January 17, 2021

2021 College of Workers' Compensation Lawyers Law Student Writing Competition
Please follow the link for details.
Deadline: January 15, 2022

National Law Review 2020-2021 Law Student Writing Competition
"straightforward and practical, containing useful information of interest to legal and business professionals" Suggested Topics:
- Election Law and Access to Voting
- President Trump and current administration
- Tax Issues
- Immigration enforcement and policy
- Federal Court issues: process of adding additional justices to the US Supreme Court/Federal Circuit
- Employment Issues - Ban the Box Laws, Minimum Wage, Transgender Accommodations, Age/Sex Discrimination
Deadline: 5:00 pm Central Standard Time by the last day of the month.

Annual McGill Law Graduate Conference
"The Graduate Law Students Association (GLSA) of McGill University’s Faculty of Law is pleased to announce the 14th edition of the annual McGill Graduate Law Conference on the theme of Law and the City. The conference will take place on the 6-7 May 2021."
"We invite students, PhD candidates and young researchers from law and other disciplines to send their 250-350 words abstracts by 31 January 2021."

14th Annual National Writing Competition on State-Based Alcohol Regulation
This year’s writing topic is:
After Prohibition, states generally issued licenses for on-premise and off-premise sale of alcohol. Drinking was thus largely confined to bars, restaurants, the home, and private clubs. Alcohol is now regularly offered in places like salons, grocery stores, clothing stores, and galleries. Is this trend towards ubiquitous availability of alcohol a good one? And is there a new regulatory regime needed to address this trend?
Deadline: 5:30 PM EST on January 28, 2022.