Monday, January 30, 2017
Here are some of the key features of this competition:
- Large cash prizes (first place = $5,000; second place = $3,000; third place = $1,000; honorable mention cash awards may also be made).
- A broad range of topics in the trusts and estates and related taxation areas.
- Attractive page requirements -- the body of the paper must be 20 double-spaced pages and may not exceed 30 double-spaced pages.
- Use of original (but unpublished) papers, including papers prepared for law school credit.
- June 15, 2017 deadline which will allow for work over several months including spring break.
- No limit on the number of Honorable Mention Prizes allowing entrants to have a greater chance of receiving recognition and monetary awards.
- Papers may be coauthored.