Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Louis Jackson National Law Student Writing Competition

WriteMarty Malin (Chicago-Kent) writes:

I am pleased to advise you that the law firm Jackson Lewis is again sponsoring and IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law is again administering the annual Louis Jackson Memorial National Law Student Writing Competition in Employment and Labor Law.  Eligible are all students at ABA accredited law schools who have had at least one course in labor or employment law (defined broadly).  Students may submit papers up to 35 pages in length.  Entries are due January 21, 2014.

Entries are blind judged by a panel of five law professors.  Netiher Jackson Lewis nor Chicago-Kent plays any role in judging the entries.

Attached is a flyer announcing this year's competition.  Please
encourage your students to enter.

We use five judges and rotate one judge off the panel each year,.  If any full time labor/employment law professor is interested in judging, please email me off list and I will add you to the list of interested judges.



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