IT-Lex Writing Contest

Sponsor: Foley & Lardner LLP

General criteria: Friends of IT-Lex, who are also law students in good standing at an ABA accredited law school, can enter our technology law writing competition.

All entries must be 10-15 journal pages (approximately 5,000-7,500 words including footnotes).  Please format your entries with double-spaced body text and footnotes rather than endnotes, and provide your entry in Microsoft Word format.  Citations must conform to the 19th edition of The Bluebook.

We will not accept entries that are published or under contract to be published in another journal.  As a matter of policy, we consider entries already available on the Internet or through other alternative media outlets as published.

You’ll have to sign up as a Friend of IT-Lex (for free) before you can submit an essay.

Deadline:May 1, 2013

Award: First place will receive $5,000.00 USD, second place $1,000.00 USD, and third place $500.00 USD- plus the prize-winners will be published in the IT-Lex Journal, and will receive invitations to become write-on Members and a part of the IT-Lex Law Review.

Submission information: Visit http://it-lex.org/writing-contest or see the attached flyer.