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International Writing Competition 2018: Shortlisted entries

International Writing Competition 2018: Shortlisted entries

Posted by david-hand | 26 January 2018

After launching our first international writing competition in October 2017, and receiving such a positive response from students around the world, we are pleased to announce the shortlisted entries for the Law & Technology International Writing Competition 2018.

With a high standard of entries across all three categories, it was a difficult job to pick just five for each category to put forward to the official judging stage. We would like to thank everyone who entered the competition, and given the level of quality throughout we think everyone who submitted an entry should be proud of their contribution.

Below are the shortlisted entries for the first ever Law & Technology International Writing Competition.

 

Future of Legal Practice:

 

Patrick Alexander Hum – London School of Economics

Maha Hussain – Ritsumeikan University

Shannon Louise Keenan – Nottingham Trent University

Charlotte Elizabeth Michael – University College London

Oluwatobi Taiwo – University of Leicester

 

Technological Innovations:

 

Secil Bilgic – Harvard University

Roisin A Costello – Trinity College Dublin

Jordan Gifford-Moore – University of Oxford

Thomas Stubbs – University of East Anglia

Dalin Than – University of Auckland

 

Global Public Impact:

 

Oscar Davies – City, University of London

Ilana Davis – City, University of London

Jae Jun Kim – University of Auckland

Fraser Matcham – University of Westminster

Madeline Cameron Wardleworth – Columbia University

 

Congratulations to those who made the shortlist.

Judging will take place throughout February, with the overall winner and three runners-up being announced late March. For further updates be sure to follow us on social media.

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