The Ninth Annual Religious Liberty Student Writing Competition
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The Washington, D.C. Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the J. Reuben Clark Law Society and the International Center for Law and Religion Studies announce the 9th Annual Religious Liberty Student Writing Competition. All papers must be submitted on or before July 1, 2018.

The competition is open to law students and students pursuing related graduate studies. Students who have graduated from law school but who are not yet practicing law due to clerkships or other similar pursuits are also invited to submit papers.

The topic is domestic or international religious liberty, broadly or narrowly construed. Papers should consist of 9,000-13,000 words, including footnotes. See here for additional details.

First place will receive a cash award of $4,000, with $3,000 to the second place finsher, $2,000 to third, and $1,000 for honorable mention.