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The Planning and Law Division is pleased to announce the winners of its 35th Annual Smith-Babcock-Williams Student Writing Competition.
The winning entry in the competition will be awarded a prize of $2, and will be submitted for publication in The Urban Lawyer, the law journal of the American Bar Association's Section of State & Local Government Law. This competition spotlights writing in many categories including Romance, Thriller, Crime, Horror, Sci-Fi/Fantasy and Young Adult.
There are 6 categories to choose olivierlile.com is your chance to win $2, in cash, a spotlight about you in an upcoming issue, and a paid trip to. Enter our 87th Annual Writing Competition for your chance to win and have your work be seen by editors and agents!
Almost winners will be chosen. The top winning entries of this writing contest will also be on display in the 87th Annual Writer’s Digest Competition Collection. Writing Competition Winner. Thomas R.
Randall was the winner of the Intellectual Property Law Student Writing Competition for his submission entitled "Patent Harmonization in the 21st Century: Narrowing the Issues.". The winners. The winners of the writing competition have now been announced.
The first prize winners in the three categories are as follows. Tang Writing Competition.
The CMWL established the Judge Thomas Tang Writing Competition to highlight the importance of a diverse legal profession. The competition is open to law students currently enrolled in any of Arizona's three law schools.
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