Roderick A. MacDonald Graduate Student Essay Prize

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The Canadian Law and Society Association has announced that its annual graduate student essay prize has been renamed the Roderick A. MacDonald Graduate Student Essay Prize, after the late Professor MacDonald of the McGill University Faculty of Law. This year submissions are due by March 30th, 2016 and the winner will be announced at the Canadian Law and Society Association conference at Congress in May. According to the Association:

The inaugural ACDS-CLSA 2016 Roderick A. Macdonald Graduate Student Essay Prize dedicated to the legacy of a well-known Canadian scholar is inviting submissions. Under a generic name, this prize has been awarded annually for the best essay on a topic in law and society written by a graduate student at a Canadian university. Graduate students at Canadian universities are invited to submit papers in English or French on socio-legal issues, past, present and future.

Papers should be approximately 8000 words long and should be submitted in .doc or .docx format. Papers must be submitted by March 30, 2016 to Josephine Savarese (savarese@stu.ca), Chair of the ACDS-CLSA Roderick A. Macdonald Graduate Student Essay Prize Committee.

 

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