Enter the ABA Section of International Law’s Rona R. Mears Student Writing Competition & Scholarship Awards.
AWARDS: Best written submission will receive $1,000 cash prize, or iPad and accessories up to $1,000; Best video submission will receive $1,000 cash prize, or iPad and accessories up to $1,000; Both winners will receive free meeting registration to the Spring Meeting and $1,000 travel stipend. Taxes on all prizes are the responsibility of the winners. The international law society or journal in the law school submitting the largest number of total submissions (with each written submission and each video submission counting as one) will receive $500.
DEADLINE: December 31, 2013
TOPIC: Edward Joseph Snowden
- Present legal arguments on why Mr. Snowden is guilty or alternatively not guilty of violating U.S., foreign or international laws. Present legal arguments on why the U.S. government has violated or alternatively has not violated U.S., foreign or international law through its actions disclosed by Mr. Snowden.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit the Section website at ambar.org/writingcompetition