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Justis Writing Competition 2019 award presentation

Justis Writing Competition 2019 award presentation

Posted by david-hand | 31 May 2019

The Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2019 has officially finished. Our shortlisted entries were announced in January, with judging taking place throughout that month and the overall winner and best in category winners announced in February. In May our Head of Commercial Development, Aidan Hawes, presented the competition’s overall winner Kim Rust, from the University of Sheffield, with the award for her accomplishment. 

Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2019 award presentation

Kim Rust with Professor Graham Gee, Head of The School of Law at the University of Sheffield, being presented with the Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2019 award by Aidan Hawes, Head of Commercial Development at Justis.

 

Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2019 award presentation

Aidan Hawes, Head of Commercial Development for Justis, with the Justis International Law & Technology 2019 winner, Kim Rust

You can read Kim’s winning article here: Block-chain reaction: Why development of blockchain is at the heart of the legal technology of tomorrow.

 

International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2020

We’re working on plans for next year’s competition. Follow our Facebook or Twitter for the first announcement of any developments ahead of the launch this autumn.

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