Free Money? A comprehensive list of student legal writing competitions

icon of person holding reading materialWith 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.

About Debbie Ginsberg

Debbie was the Educational Technology Librarian at the Chicago-Kent College of Law until she left for a new job in 2021
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