Are you a law student in New South Wales, or a young lawyer under the age of 36 years or with less than five years’ experience? Are you looking for the chance to be published in the highly prestigious Environmental & Planning Law Journal? Then get your entry in for the 2014 Environment and Planning Law Essay Competition, for your chance to win cash, vouchers, prizes, and potential publication!
Essays should be no more than 2,500 words, and can cover any current issue in the area of environment and planning law. The best essay will also have the chance to be published (subject to review) in Thomson Reuters Environmental & Planning Law Journal. The Journal is headed by General Editor Dr Gerry Bates, Adjunct Professor of the Australian Centre for Climate and Environmental Law (ACCEL) at the University of Sydney.
The competition is organised by the Law Society of New South Wales Young Lawyers Environment and Planning Law Committee. Entries closes at midnight 20 October 2014. For further details, including a link to a list of suggested essay topics, see the NSW Young Lawyers flyer.
To find out more about the Environmental & Planning Law Journal, including details on how to submit (non-competition) articles, click here.