Sunday, March 29, 2009
Technology Law (10 pages minimum) - June 30, 2009 - up to three winners $500
2009 Edward F. Langs Writing Award
1. Awards will be given to up to three student essays, which in the opinion of the judges make the most significant contribution to the knowledge and understanding of information technology law. Factors to be taken into consideration include: originality; timeliness of the subject; depth of research; accuracy; readability; and the potential for impact on the law
2. Essay must be original, deemed to be of publishing quality, and must not have been submitted to any other contest within the previous 12 months.
3. Essay must be typed, double spaced, at least ten pages in length, must contain proper citations listed as either endnotes or footnotes, and must have left, right, top and bottom margins of one inch.
4. Essay must include the submitter’s name, email address, mailing address, telephone number, and school attended.
5. A total of $1,500 in US dollars shall be divided between the award winning essays, and all rights to award winning essays shall become the property of the State Bar of Michigan.
6. The Information Technology Section of the State Bar of Michigan reserves the right to make editorial changes, and to publish award winning essays in the Section’s newsletter, the Michigan IT Lawyer.
7. Essay must be submitted as a Microsoft Word document, postmarked by June 30, 2009, and emailed to DSYROWIK@brookskushman.com
Hat tip: University of Idaho's Legal Writing Contest page.
Image: M.C. Escher's Relativity, from Wikipedia