Monday, January 31, 2005

Pacific Legal Foundation - Writing Competition 

The Pacific Legal Foundation is running their 6th annual Judicial Awareness Writing Competition, with prizes of $5,000, $3,000 and $1,500 for the three winning entries. I must note that I'm not exactly in synch with the PLF's libertarian bent, as I consider myself a progressive, but there's some common ground in there. Anyway, if any law students or grad students in other related fields are interested, the deadline for submissions is May 31, 2005, and the three topics can be found on the PLF's Writing Competition page.

In an entertaining demonstration of "it's a small blawg world," a week ago I had e-mailed the PLF's Legal Publications Coordinator for the Program for Judicial Awareness to request an info packet for one of the topics, using my regular e-mail account. A couple of days later I received an e-mail in my rogueslayerlawstudent Inbox, from that very same person. She had been reading my blog, is also a Buffy fan, and wanted to let me know about the competition.

Posted by Beth Henderson at 2:23 PM