The Public Law Section Student Writing Competition
The 2016 Public Law Section Student Writing Competition Winner Announced
Congratulations to Michaela Goldstein of Loyola Law School! She is the winner of the 2016 Public Law Section’s Student Writing Competition. Ms. Goldstein’s article, The Anomalous Result: California Higher Education Student-on-Student Violence, will appear in a future edition of the Public Law Journal. Ms. Goldstein will be recognized at the Public Lawyer of the Year Awards Reception at The State Bar Annual Meeting in San Diego on September 30, 2016.
The 2017 Public Law Section Student Writing Competition
Win a $2,000 cash prize, get published in the Public Law Journal, and win a trip to the 2017 State Bar Annual Meeting!
Deadline: Spring 2017 (date to be determined)
The California State Bar Public Law Section will seek entries for its annual Student Writing Competition. The competition is open to students at all California-accredited law schools, and the winner receives a $2,000 cash prize; transportation and hotel expenses for two nights at the State Bar Annual Meeting in Anaheim in the fall of 2017 where the winner will be recognized at an awards reception; and publication in the Public Law Journal.
Check back here for more details as we get closer to the time of the deadline!