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International Writing Competition

 

Effective, persuasive writing is an important skill for students to develop before entering the workplace. While the traditional essay format is one established way to exercise this skill, the internet has allowed for new methods of attracting an audience through engaging writing which demands its own set of skills.

Today, businesses and professionals use blog articles to inform, educate and influence, attract new customers, and engage in a broader conversation within their industry. We are therefore launch the Law & Technology International Writing Competition, offering you an opportunity to stand out as someone highly capable of producing excellent content.

2019 competition launching soon

 

The 2019 Law & Technology International Writing Competition will be launching this autumn. If you’re are interested in entering, or would like to be kept up-to-date, with please contact our marketing department.

Winning articles & news

 

International Writing Competition news and updates, plus the overall winner and runners-up articles:

International Writing Competition 2018 overall runner-up article, for the category: The Future of Legal Practice. The three wise men of the 21st century, Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk, warn against the potential dangers of developing Artificial Intelligence (AI), humanity’s voluntary step towards the Terminator scenario. Despite these prophecies, law firms are amongst the...

International Writing Competition 2018 overall runner-up article, for the category: Global Public Impact. In modern society, mobile Internet access has overcome traditional hurdles to information. An expanse of information is literally now at one’s fingertips: you need only Google it. The Dewey Decimal system is a thing for the niche of book aficionados. Moreover, with...

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International Writing Competition 2018 overall runner-up article, for the category: Technological Innovations. When the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (“CFAA”) was enacted in 1986, the internet was still in its early stages. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act, 18 U.S.C. § 1030. This is why, though the Act has been amended several times, its vague wording...

Our first ever Law and Technology International Writing Competition has officially finished. Our shortlisted entries were announced in January, judging began in February, and the runners-up and overall winner announced in March. Congratulations to our overall winner, Roisin Costello from Trinity College Dublin, and the three runners-up: Patrick Alexander Hum from the London School of...

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International Writing Competition 2018 overall winning article. Due Process and Unconstitutionally Obtained Evidence in the Digital Age Under Moore’s Law the number of transistors in an integrated circuit doubles relative to cost and size every two years. In practical terms this means personal computers become twice as powerful and half as large every 24 months. However,...

In October 2017 we launched the first ever Law & Technology International Writing Competition. The competition drew submissions from students across five continents at world-leading universities, including the University of Oxford, Harvard Law School, University College London, the Australian National University and Columbia Law School. The challenging task of shortlisting entries took part in-house. Fifteen...