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Justis International Writing Competition 2019: shortlisting begins

Justis International Writing Competition 2019: shortlisting begins

Posted by david-hand | 03 December 2018

As the Justis International Law & Technology Writing Competition 2019 has now closed for submissions, we wanted to thank everyone who took the time to submit their work!

We are extremely pleased to have received entries from students at 61 universities from 29 countries around the world, including the University of Toronto, the University of California, Trinity College Dublin, the University of Oxford, Western Sydney University, Singapore Management University and the University of Dhaka.

You may also like to know that the most popular category this year was Social Media, Technology and the Law, drawing 33% of the entries.

What happens next?

The Justis team will be working hard over the holiday season reading all of your entries.

The shortlist will be announced early January via email, and our social media, so ensure to follow us to keep up to date. When the shortlisting is complete, we will be anonymising each shortlisted entry and sending them to our panel of judges, who will also be announced in January. 

The overall winner and four runners-up will be announced 15th February 2019.

To see the latest news on the Justis Writing Competition be sure to follow us on social media or if you have any questions please contact us at marketing@justis.com

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