Open for Entries: SCL Student Essay prize 2019

SCL is now open for applications to our annual Student Essay Prize 2019!

It is a truth universally acknowledged that the world of Techlaw can sometimes seem impenetrable. If only you had the some kind of prestigious accreditation on your side... incidentally SCL are now open for entries for out annual Student Essay Prize 2019. If you are a student (undergraduate, taught postgraduate, or research postgraduate) currently registered at an accredited academic institution or legal practitioner training course and you seriously want to advance your career in tech law then this is an obvious step that you can take to further your hopes of a future career in tech law.

The designated essay question this year is “Do social network providers require (further?) regulation?” - we would like 2000-2,500 words on this.

This is a prestigious award which will nicely embellish a CV, and SCL is offering a number of prizes which we feel would greatly appeal, including:

  • A free place at the SCL Annual Conference 2019 in London (SCL will provide a maximum £250 contribution to the cost of travel and accommodation)
  • Publication in the SCL's Computers and Law Magazine and on our website
  • £250 cash

The deadline for applications is March 25th 2019. You must be an LLB Student to be eligible for this award. To apply; please send your essays to hello@scl.org

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