The College sponsors a Writing Competition for Law Students, in conjunction with the ABA's Section of Labor & Employment Lawyers.A distinguished panel of attorneys from around the country will review the submitted papers written on current and relevant topics of labor and employment law.The Lawyers' Committee for Cultural Heritage Preservation is pleased to announce its 2019 Law Student Writing Competition.
Such bills, often misleadingly described as “conscience clauses,” may allow providers (parents, companies, landlords, health care workers, shopkeepers, etc.) to refuse services based on the provider’s personal religious beliefs.
Students are asked to pick a religious refusal bill in any state under consideration or enacted in the current legislative session and evaluate whether the bill strikes an appropriate balance between the religious rights of service providers and the civil and equal protection rights of members of the public most likely to be refused services.
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The Abstract and Essay have to be submitted at the same email address. Anna Anu Priya, Chief Officer, ILSA LCD Chapter 91 8294061988 2.
The deadline for submissions is Sunday, June 30, 2019. Students enrolled in a JD, LLB, or other first degree program in law at an accredited faculty outside the United States may also participate.
Students must be in good standing at their institutions.
THEMES: The theme for the Essay Competition shall be ‘International Law Regime’ with special focus on International Humanitarian Law.
The topics must be chosen from/inspired by the aspects of International Humanitarian Law only.
Law schools, scholars of labor and employment law, labor and employment law historians and students can benefit greatly from the intellectual and practical value available through the College of Labor and Employment Lawyers.
The College’s primary mission includes supporting creative and thoughtful teaching of Labor and Employment Law, supporting and enhancing the existing curriculum, bringing depth of real life experience to law students through visiting professor and mentoring programs, and pushing the traditional boundaries to bring the current and dramatically changing legal environment into clearer focus.