Gaming Law, $2,500 (two awards); 2008-09 Law Course and July 20, 2009 deadline
The following details are from the Shannon Bybee Scholarship website:
The International Association of Gaming Advisors (IAGA) created the Shannon Bybee Scholarship program to honor the memory of Shannon Bybee, one of the IAGA founders, who had a distinguished career as a gaming attorney, state gaming regulator, gaming industry executive and pioneering educator in casino operations and gaming law.
The awards are made possible by a grant from International Game Technology, the world's largest gaming device manufacturer, through the assistance of David Johnson, Executive Vice President and General Council.
Full entrant information appears here (pdf).
Nathan L Mendenhall, Student, University of Tulsa School of Law, "Tracking 25 U.S.C. Section 2719: IGRA Exceptions to Indian Gaming on Newly Acquired Lands."
Adam Hosmer-Henner, Student, Harvard Law School, "Preventing Gaming-Fixing: Sports Books as Information Markets".
These papers are available for downloading at the scholarship site.
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