James Boskey ADR Writing Competition
Sponsored by The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution in association with the Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution of UNLV Boyd School of Law and Penn State Dickinson School of Law.
Purpose of the Boskey ADR Writing Competition
The purpose of the competition is to promote greater interest in and understanding of the field of dispute resolution and collaborative decision-making among students enrolled in ABA accredited law schools.
The essay may address any aspect of dispute resolution practice, theory or research that the contestant chooses. Essays are limited to 15-25 typewritten pages, including footnotes or endnotes. The text of the essay must be double-spaced, with twelve-point font and one-inch margins.
First Prize: $1000 to the Competition winner and an invitation to publish in Penn State Dickinson School of Law Yearbook On Arbitration and Mediation. The Competition winner and honorable mention essays will also be posted on the Boskey Competition website.
Entries for the competition must be submitted by Monday, June 15, 2009. One electronic copy of the submission and one entry form must be submitted in order to register for the competition. Electronic entries are to be sent to Josephine Waugh at firstname.lastname@example.org, with the subject header “Attn: Boskey Dispute Resolution Essay Competition.”
Click here to download the Boskey Entry Form.
Register via mail send the completed Entry Form and essay to:
Boskey Dispute Resolution Essay Competition
c/o Jo Waugh
ABA Section of Dispute Resolution
740 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Entries must be postmarked by U.S. mail or recognized commercial express service. Entries submitted by fax will be automatically rejected. Contestants will receive confirmation of the entry. The winner(s) will be notified by mail of their selection. The James Boskey Dispute Resolution Essay Competition is sponsored by the American Bar Association Section of Dispute Resolution.
James Boskey was an intellectual, humanitarian, mediator and career law professor at Seton Hall University School of Law. Jim Boskey became known and beloved world-over for his publication of The Alternative Newsletter, a resource guide on ADR published quarterly. It was in its tenth year when Jim died in 1999. The publication provided a comprehensive yet very accessible window into the diverse dimensions of the ADR field. In many respects, Jim Boskey-through The Alternative Newsletter-was the voice of the ADR community.
Founded in 1999, the James Boskey ADR Writing Competition is a project of the ADR in Law Schools Committee. The Boskey Writing Competition is chaired by Jean Sternlight, Saltman Professor, UNLV Boyd School of Law & Director Saltman Center for Conflict Resolution.
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