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International Writing Competition 2018: Judges announced

International Writing Competition 2018: Judges announced

Posted by david-hand | 01 March 2018

Over the past few months law students around the globe have been waiting in anticipation for the final judging. Earlier this year we quietly hand-selected four judges to sit alongside our Managing Director, to score the 15 shortlisted entries. As the judging process is coming to an end, we are now excited to reveal the judging panel for the first ever Law & Technology International Writing Competition 2018.


The official judging panel for the first ever Law & Technology International Writing Competition:


Emily Allbon

Senior Lecturer in Law and Director of Mooting at the City Law School, University of London; Founder of Lawbore

Masoud Gerami

Managing Director, Justis Publishing

Jennifer Walker

Head Librarian at County of Carleton Law Association, Canada

Liesel Weekes

President of the Barbados Bar Association

David Wills

Squire Law Librarian, University of Cambridge; Editor, Legal Information Management


Judging will be complete early in March, with the overall winner and three runners-up being announced late March.

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