Law Student/Lawyer Writing Contest
- Oct 09, 2009
- Odds and Ends
Inner Ernest Hemmingway lurking somewhere under your Brooks Brothers suit? Here’s your chance to let it out.
The New York Law Journal’s annual fiction contest is accepting story submissions from law students, lawyers, and law professors through November 6th, 2009 (less than a month away). Top three winners get money and the overall winner will be published in the New York Law Journal. So dust off that riveting court room drama—you just might win the $1,000 grand prize.
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