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Due to technology, many traditional law practices have now evolved into virtual law practices. It is important for attorneys to understand how virtual law offices operate and how inappropriate use of technology can help cause legal malpractice claims as well as how proper use of technology can help prevent those claims.
The purpose of this contest is to encourage law students to write essays about: Discussion may also address any relevant ethical considerations attorneys practicing in a virtual law practice should be aware of and how ethical issues may lead to legal malpractice claims, especially due to the proper or improper use of technology.
All entries must be prepared for this contest or for academic purposes and not previously published in print or on the Internet.
All entries must include a digital photograph for use in the event the entry is selected as the contest winner. Each entrant is required to assign to FLMIC and the other contest sponsors all rights, title and interest in the essay and digital photograph submitted.
It is the policy of FLMIC and the other sponsors, however, to release all assigned rights in all but the winning essay and notify the author of any permissions given to third parties for reprint or otherwise publish.
The essay should be a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 pages, including citations appearing in Blue Book format as endnotes.
Essays will be judged based on framing and analysis of the issue s discussed, research completed, solutions or practices suggestions and writing style. The essay should be typewritten and double spaced on 8.
No identification other than the title should appear on the essay itself. The cover sheet will be removed before the essay is read to assure objectivity in the judging process. The contest is open to all students enrolled in a Florida law school as of the deadline date or during the prior academic year.
The winner of the essay contest will receive: The student awarded an Honorable Mention prize will receive: For information, please visit the website.Law Student Essay Contest By Career Development Office on October 29th, Important Rules & Information.
The use of technology in today’s law practice can and does present new challenges and risks for attorneys in small firms, as well as for solo practitioners representing clients involved in litigation.
TWELFTH ANNUAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW ESSAY CONTEST Sponsored by the Environmental Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan The Contest: The following prizes will be awarded: $2, for first place, $1, for. Rogers State University is a regional four-year university serving northeastern Oklahoma and the Tulsa metropolitan area.
National Law Review Writing Competition - an opportunity for law students. Fall Anastasia White from This contest is void where prohibited by law.
All entries must be submitted in.
The first prize for the contest is $3,; second is $1,; and third is $1, First, second, and third place winners and their law schools will be presented with an award certificate.
The winning essay will be published in AJA’s journal, Court Review. Previous winners include Niall Coghlan (), then a GDL student from City. Find out more about the deadline for the current year's competition via the Law Society Human Rights Community.
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