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About the Competition
The Legal Insider is organising its 3rd National Article Writing Competition.
Note: This is an online event.
Students/participants must be pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, i.e., a 3-year LL.B. Course or 5-year LL.B from any recognized college or university or pursuing LL.M from any recognized university or preparing for the judiciary.
Participants may seek Individual participation or may apply with co-authors, not exceeding 3 writers in one team. For teaming up, participants from different universities or colleges are allowed.
Submissions that deal with any aspect of Socio-legal, Techno-legal, and general legal issues will be considered.
1st prize: Rs. 3,000/- & an E-Certificate of Merit
2nd prize: Rs. 1,800/- & an E-Certificate of Merit
3rd prize: Rs. 9,00/- & an E-Certificate of Merit
Top 12 ranks will be awarded an E-Certificate of Merit and An Online Internship with our team.
Selected articles of participants are entitled to have their work to be published on our website.
The content should be the original work of the writer and should not have been given to any other competition or for any publication. Plagiarized content shall not be entertained.
A soft copy of the participation certificate will be provided to every eligible participant.
The last date to register: 20th August 2020
The last date to submit: 27th August 2020
Declaration of Results: 15th September 2020 (tentative)
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I am an army girl! In a barbie world! Keeper of 5 dogs. On a diet for now. Sometimes I might make punctuation mistakes, but I make up for it by bringing in a crore or two extra. What's more important, a misplaced comma, or a well-placed crore?
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