Contests & Competitions

The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology Writing Competition


The Richmond Journal of Law and Technology is announcing the 2014-2015 Student Law and Technology Writing Competition.

The deadline is Sunday, January 11, 2015 at midnight EST.

As a reminder, from receipt of this e-mail until midnight EST on Sunday, January 11, 2015, all law students across the country will be eligible to compete in the competition for cash prizes and a chance to be published in a future issue of the Journal. The first place prize is $1,500 and the second place prize is $700.

First Place Prize: $1,500
Second Place Prize: $700

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McAndrews, Held & Malloy, Ltd. Diversity in Patent Law Fellowship Program


Each year, McAndrews offers a $5,000 fellowship and a paid summer clerkship to a qualified first-year law student at an ABA-accredited law school who has a diverse background, possesses a degree in science or engineering, and is committed to pursuing a career in patent law in Chicago.

Applications for the 2014 fellowship will be accepted from December 1, 2014, through January 15, 2015.

As a summer associate, the Diversity Fellow will gain experience in a wide range of intellectual property law and will be eligible to receive an offer to return for a second summer. To facilitate the Diversity Fellow’s professional growth and learning, a member of the McAndrews Diversity Committee will serve as a mentor and resource.

The link to our website is www.mcandrews-ip.com, which provides further details about this opportunity.


See information on Past Contests & Competitions.
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