Justice Education through law school clinics: a student’s experience
Network of University Legal Aid Institutions (NULAI) Nigeria
Up to two best scholarly essays determined by independent and distinguished judges shall be chosen and winners awarded a price of $500 each. The winning essays shall be published in the African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice 2013 Edition.
31 March 2013
- The competition is open to students and graduates of university-based law clinics in Africa.
- Eligible graduates are those who obtained Bachelor of Laws within the past 2 years at deadline for submission of essays.
- Essays must reach NULAI Nigeria by the 24th hour on 31 March 2013.
- Entries must comply with author’s guidelines for submission of articles to the African Journal of Clinical Legal Education and Access to Justice. See www.nulai.org for Journal Guidelines
- Proof of eligibility must be submitted with the essay. Download Eligibility form.
- Entries must be original, unpublished work. The essay must be the work of the submitting student.
- All references and quotations from other papers must be cited. Any form of plagiarism will disqualify an entry.
- NULAI Nigeria retains publishing rights on winning essays.
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