National Law Review 2010 Law Student Writing Competition

March 11, 2010Duke Law News

The National Law Review is accepting submissions for its 2010 Law Student Writing Competition. This competition offers law students the opportunity to submit articles for publication consideration on the NLR Web site.

The NLR consolidates practice-oriented legal analysis from a variety of sources for no-cost, easy access by lawyers, law students, business executives, insurance professionals, accountants, human resource managers, and other professionals who wish to better understand specific legal issues relevant to their work.

Winning articles will initially be published online in April, May, and June 2010. In each of these months, the top two articles chosen will be featured in the NLR monthly magazine prominently displayed on the NLR home page. Up to 25 runner-up articles will also be posted in the NLR searchable database each of these months.

Submission Deadlines:

Publication: April 2010
Featured topic: Health Care and Labor Law
Deadline: March 25, 2010

Publication: May 2010
Featured topic: Tax Law
Deadline: April 23, 2010

Publication: June, 2010
Featured Topic: Banking & Financial Law
Deadline: May 24, 2010

The student's photo, biography, and contact information will be posted with each article, allowing for professional recognition and exposure. Winning articles are published alongside those written by respected attorneys from AMLAW 200 firms and other prominent firms. Student postings will remain in the NLR online database for up to two years, easily accessed by potential employers.

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