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09/04/2018

Yale Student Essay Competition – Emerging Issues in Health Law

The Yale Law Journal has announced its
second annual Student Essay Competition. The topic this year is Emerging
Issues in Health Law

Students and recent graduates should submit entries. Submissions must focus on novel issues in health law,
broadly conceived. 

Possible topics include, but are not limited to, the
following: bioethics, biotechnology, decriminalization of controlled
substances, food law, global health, healthcare legislation, law and the opioid
crisis, medical malpractice, and pharmaceutical regulation.

The submission
deadline is October 15, 2018. Up to three winners will receive a $300 cash
prize, and winning essays will be published on the
Yale Law Journal Forum—the
fully searchable online component of
The Yale Law Journal whose
publications are available on LexisNexis, Westlaw, and
The Yale Law Journal
website.
Winners will be announced by November 16, 2018.
Current and recent JD and LLM students (from the Classes of
2014 through 2021) from any American ABA-accredited law school are eligible. Essays
cannot be longer than 5,000 words, including footnotes, and must be submitted
via the YLJ online
submissions portal
For additional
details on the submission process and eligibility requirements, please see our
official competition announcement
here.

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