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£1000 for Grabs in The 2014 Commonwealth Law Student Essay Competition

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Law students around the world are invited to participate in the 5th edition of the CommonWealth Law Student Essay Competition and a commemoration of the establishment of the Commonwealth Legal Education Association.

The title for this year’s essay is:

“Can the Commonwealth (Latimer House) Principles on Three Branches of Government 2003 serve as an effective framework for safeguarding democracy and the rule of law in Commonwealth Countries?”

Value

£1000 of cash prizes will be awarded to the winners of first, second and third places as follows: 1st Prize: £500  2nd Prize: £300 3rd Prize £200.

The winning entry will also be published in the Newsletter of the Commonwealth Legal Education and may also be published in the journal of Commonwealth Law and Legal Education. Further details are available from: the Essay Co-ordinators: clea.essaycompetition@gmail.com.

Eligibility

The competition is open to all students registered on an undergraduate law degree course within a Higher Education Institution in a Commonwealth Nations


Application

Entries must address the topic of this year’s competition and not exceed 2,500 words (excluding footnotes and bibliography) and submitted by  email to clea.essaycompetition@gmail.com. before the deadline

Deadline

31st October, 2014

 

For additonal information kindly visit the Commonwealth Law Students Essay Competition Website

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