Securities Law Writing Competition

April 24, 2012Duke Law News

1st Place $,5000

2nd Place $3,000

3rd Place $2,000

Topic: Any subject in the field of Securities Law

Eligibility: Students enrolled in any accredited law school in theUnited States, with expected graduation date in 2013 or later. Unpublished papers, papers published in any law journal or other publication during calendar year 2012, and papers scheduled for publication in 2012 or 2013 are eligible for submission. Co-authored papers are not eligible.

Deadline: November 16, 2012

Mail Two Copies of Submissions to:
P.O. Box 5767
Washington, DC 20016

All submissions must include author’s name and contact information, including email address, postal address, law school, and year of anticipated graduation. For submissions which have been published or are scheduled to be published, the name and date of publication should be included. Receipt of submissions should be acknowledged by email.

Submissions must be received by November 16, 2012. Email submissions will not be accepted. Questions may be directed to Cecile Strodes, ASECA Executive Director.

Award winners will be invited to attend ASECA’s annual dinner inWashington, DC on February 22, 2013. Travel and lodging expenses for the first place award winner will be reimbursed by ASECA up to $1,000.00 in actual expenses.
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