February 21, 2013
ABA-TIPS Law Student Writing Competition: "The New Deal"
Here's a reminder about a writing competition sponsored by the American Bar Association Tort Trial and Insurance Practice Section (ABA-TIPS). TIPS is celebrating its 80th Anniversary this year, so entries are asked to address any part of President Roosevelt's "New Deal," the series of economic programs implemented in 1933-36. Papers can adress any aspect of that, to afford "the greatest degree of flexibility in writing."
Papers are due April 1, 2013.
First prize is $1,500 cash and airfare and hotel to the Annual Meeting in San Francisco. (fun!)
Second prize is $500. (not bad, and you also get recognition in the section magazine)
Third prize is an honorable mention. (Still would be cool for your resume.)
Mark E. Wojcik (mew), Member of the ABA-TIPS Task Force on Outreach to Law Students
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