• Journal holding writing contest
    August 20,2014
     

    Journal holding

    writing contest

    ROYALTON — The Vermont Journal of Environmental Law is holding its first annual White River environmental law writing competition.

    The competition is open to law students across the country for a chance to win $1,000 and publication in the journal, Vermont Law School said in a statement announcing the contest.

    Any student pursuing a juris doctor or master of laws degree at an accredited law school in the U.S. can submit an original essay addressing a relevant topic in environmental law, natural resources law, energy law, environmental justice, land use law, animal law or agricultural law.

    The deadline for submissions is Dec. 10.

    For more information, go to vjel.vermontlaw.edu/writing-competition.

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