With prizes as high as $25,000, there is good money in student legal writing competitions (not to mention great experience). Suffolk has compiled a list of current competitions by topic and due date. Are you interested in writing about tax law? Check out the 2018 Donald C. Alexander Tax Law Writing Competition, which offers a $2,000 prize for first place and $1,000 for second. Or maybe you’d like to write about companion animal law in a competition sponsored by the American Kennel Club? You could win $2,500. Other topics include administrative law, education law, gaming law, women’s rights, and many more. You are sure to find at least one competition that looks fun and challenging.
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