Just what you have been waiting for. A chance to show everyone you are smarter than anyone else when it comes to CAFA. Of course, we will know that it is only because you have too much time on your hands, no friends, and an unhealthy burning in your soul for CAFA.
The University of Pennsylvania Law Review is seeking papers from students and recent grads advancing legal arguments on CAFA. The winner gets his or her paper published in the University of Pennsylvania Law Review’s Symposium Issue in Spring, 2008 and the author will be invited to Philadelphia in late November 2007 to present his or her paper at the symposium. Maybe you will get to see an Eagles game. So, if you’re going to do it, do it good, because a lot of people smarter than us (didn’t think that was possible, did you?) will be asking loads of questions.
Here are the rules:
To enter, you have to be currently enrolled in an accredited law school or a legal postgraduate degree program or have graduated from law school within the last five years. Submissions should be between 15,000 to 20,000 words.
For more information, rules, submission contacts, etc., click here.