Wednesday, August 27, 2008
As part of the International Law Students' Association (ILSA) conference on genocide, Vermont Law School is sponsoring a law student writing competition. The topic is “Redefining Genocide: How Can the Genocide Convention be Modernized to Comport with Emerging Norms?” Each participant will be required to write a 15-page paper with endnotes. The authors of the best three papers will be asked to present their work as a panel at the conference on October 3, 2008. Winning papers are to be published in the ILSA Quarterly and perhaps also the Vermont Law Review.
Click on this link for further information on the competition. Download 2008_ilsa_writing_competition.pdf