2019 New Voices in Animal Law Writing Contest
Animal Legal Defense Fund Student Chapters
The Animal Legal Defense Fund is pleased to announce the 2019 New Voices in Animal Law Writing Contest! This contest is open to all student chapter* members.** Applicants are encouraged to pull from their personal experiences and craft a narrative that demonstrates understanding, reflection, and insight into the current state of animal law as well as what the future may hold.
In connection with Speak Out for Farmed Animals Week, tell us about an individual farmed animal who has had an impact on your legal advocacy and the future you see for farmed animals globally.
All entries must be submitted to Priscilla Rader (email@example.com) by Friday, November 15, 2019.
Must be a law student at time of the entry deadline.
Essays must be a minimum of 2 pages, single-spaced. There is no maximum page length.
Entries must be submitted as a PDF.
Please include your name, school, year in school and email on the entry.
The first place winner will receive a $500 cash prize and the winning essay will be featured on the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s website.
Runner-up submissions may be selected to be featured on the Animal Legal Defense Fund’s website.
**The award for the writing contest is generously funded by a grant aimed at creating opportunities for student chapter members.
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