The writing can be based in theory or practice, but should ultimately advocate a position on the topic area chosen. The title was as follows: The purpose of regulation is the protection of the public, not to act in the public interest: discuss. Want inspiration?
Both entrants will be awarded complimentary membership of their respective ELSA national group for the upcoming term. Who knows what will bring!
However, manuscripts that synthesize dissertations may be submitted, provided that they meet the specifications. Katherine Strange GDL was a finalist in The prize-winning paper may be considered for publication in the Federal Circuit Bar Journal. This year's essay title deadline for submissions is 30th November is as follows: How will the rule of law be affected by advances in legal technology?
Anita's winning essay, described by Jack Straw as "an engaging, erudite piece of prose".
Well done Anna! There are lots of opportunities to try out your writing expertise throughout the year Anthony addressed the question Justice under the axe: can the Government's cuts be fair?
Deadline 7th Dec Students undergraduates and postgraduates, trainee solicitors and pupil barristers are asked to write no more than words on a topic. Format: double-spaced, with point font and one-inch margins, with footnotes on each respective page rather than at the end carefully conforming to Blue Book citation style. Read Thomas's essay.