Court of Federal Claims Bar Association Writing Competition

December 29, 2009Duke Law News

The Court of Federal Claims Bar Association is pleased to announce the creation of its Law Student Writing Competition. All Duke Law students are eligible to participate in this competition. The winning entries will receive cash prizes and an opportunity to be published via the Association's website. Entries may addresss any topic that lies within the procedure, substance, or scope of the jurisdiction of the United States Court of Federal Claims.

The rules of the contest are posted on the Association's webiste at: www.cfcbar.org/index.php/news

The entry deadline is December 31, 2009. Please contact Bryant Snee, Coordinator, 2009 CFC Bar Association Law Student Writing Competition at bryant.snee@usdoj.gov with any questions.
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