Antitrust Law Section: Student Writing Competition

ANTITRUST LAW STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION

ANTITRUST LAW STUDENT WRITING COMPETITION – NOMINATIONS DUE APRIL 30, 2020

Presented by: Antitrust Law Section

Contact: Professor Edward D. Cavanagh

Nomination Deadline: April 30, 2020

Date Presented: July 2020

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Entry Form

Award Criteria: Papers must be written by a currently-enrolled J.D. or LL.M. student at a NYS Law School or by a NYS resident at any ABA-accredited law school outside of New York State. Papers may address any antitrust topic and should generally be 20-30 pages in length with footnotes (no more than 50 pages) written in Bluebook form. Papers may have been submitted to other writing competitions, but jointly prepared papers are NOT ELIGIBLE.

Prize Awarded: $5,000 cash prize and publication of the winning article.

WRITING COMPETITION WINNERS FOR 2019

David Dowling of Cornell Law School for his paper Quick Look in an Age of Reason.

Kristina Gliklad of Washington University School of Law St. Louis for her paper How Tying Arrangements Actually Work: The Printer-Ink Hoodwink vs. The Fortnite-Xbox Paradox.

David and Kristina’s prizes includes a check for $2,500 and recognition at the Antitrust Section’s annual dinner.