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Editor: Mitchell H. Rubinstein
New York Law School

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Louis Jackson Student Writing Competition

Marty Malin writes to inform us of the Louis Jackson National student writing competition. As Professor Malin states:

Just a reminder, as you are grading seminar papers, that when you come across good ones, you may want to encourage the authors to submit them to the annual Louis Jackson Memorial National Law Students Writing Competition in Employment and Labor Law.  Entries are due January 22.  The competition is sponsored and funded by Jackson Lewis and administered by Chicago-Kent College of Law.  Entries are blind judged by a national panel of five labor/employment law professors.  There is one first place award of $3,000 and two second place awards of $1,000.  More information on the competition is available here.

Mitchell H. Rubinstein

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