2012-13 National Security Law Student Writing Competition
An innovative writing competition for law students to encourages scholarly debate on issues involving nuclear power, nuclear proliferation and national security law. A legacy issue for national security from the 20th century was the invention of the nuclear bomb. Some argue today that we should abolish all nuclear weapons while others believe we are entering a new nuclear arms race which will end the international consensus on how these weapons will be used.
Trandafir International Business Writing Competition
Each year, Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems, in conjunction with the University of Iowa College of Law International and Comparative Law Program, conducts an annual world affairs student writing competition. The competition is open to law students and to graduate students in all disciplines.
There is traditionally a cash prize for this competition.
Andrew P. Vance Memorial Writing Competition
The Customs and International Trade Bar Association (CITBA) and Brooklyn Law School (BLS) sponsor an annual writing competition to encourage law students who are interested in careers in customs and international trade law. The competition honors the memory of Andrew Vance, past president of CITBA and a distinguished practitioner and public servant.
ICSID Review—Foreign Investment Law Journal Student Writing Competition
The Annual ICSID Review—Foreign Investment Law Journal Student Writing Competition is for current law students on a topic of Foreign Investment Law. The author of the winning submission will receive a cash prize and will have his or her essay published in a future issue of the ICSID Review.