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The University of Pennsylvania Law Review is pleased to announce its fifth annual Public Interest Essay Competition.
The Competition is a national writing competition for student-authored articles on the topic of social justice and the public interest.
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Christopher Todd Hagins University of South Carolina School of Law Marcus J. University of New Mexico School of Law The Storm on the Horizon: Mediator Certification in New Mexico J. University of Missouri College of Law Are We Playing the Same Game: The Black Self-Image and Negotiations Honorable Mention Lydia Lazar Chicago-Kent College of Law When Mandatory is not Mandatory: The Case of Eco Swiss China Time Ltd.
The author will receive a ,000 grant to support his/her related public interest work or the work of a non-profit organization or pro bono clinic.
In addition, the author will receive a 0 cash prize.
Sponsored by The ABA Section of Dispute Resolution in memory of James B.
Boskey, an intellectual, humanitarian, Seton Hall University law professor, and mediator.