Author: Tanveer Singh

Larry M. Simonsmeier Writing Award @ ASPL: Submit by June 30

About American Society for Pharmacy Law (ASPL) The American Society for Pharmacy Law (ASPL) is a nationwide organization with the purposes of: furthering knowledge in the law related to pharmacists, pharmacies, the provision of pharmaceutical care, the manufacturing and distribution of drugs, and other food, drug, and medical device policy issues (“Pharmacy Law”); communicating accurate

Bruce M. Stargatt Legal Ethics Writing Competition @ Delaware Bar Foundation [Prizes Worth $3,000]: Submit by Sept 15

About the Competition This writing competition is made possible by an initial generous gift to the Delaware Bar Foundation from Mrs. Barbara Stargatt and her family in memory of her late husband, Bruce M. Stargatt. Bruce was a distinguished Delaware lawyer who, among many other accomplishments, was a founding partner of Young, Conaway, Stargatt &

Beckley Competition @ PIABA [Prizes Worth $1,000]: Submit by August 31

About the Competition This is a writing competition for students interested in Securities Arbitration and Securities Law sponsored by The Public Investors Arbitration Bar Association (PIABA) Foundation. First Prize is $1000, Second Prize is $750, and Third Prize is $500. Competition winner(s) will be posted online at www.piabafoundation.org. The PIABA Bar Journal Board-of-Editors will publish the first place

Baxter Family Competition on Federalism @ McGill University [Prizes Worth $5,000]: Submit by Jan 14

About 2019 Edition McGill University’s Faculty of Law and the Peter Mackell Chair in Federalism are proud to announce that the Baxter Family Competition on Federalism will be returning for a second edition in early 2019. This prestigious bi-annual competition is made possible through the generous support of Rachel Baxter (BSc’84, BCL’88) and Colin Baxter

Call for Papers: Performance Philosophy Journal @ University of Washington: Submit by Oct 9

Call for ReViews The Performance Philosophy journal is now accepting submissions for its “ReView” section, edited by Will Daddario and Ioana Jucan. The purpose of ReView is to curate creative scholarship from students, early-career artists/scholars, and established professionals alike, while simultaneously challenging the paradigm of “reviews” found in academic journals. Submission Details Authors of a ReView will

Inequality and Future of Family Law Conference @ University of Minnesota [April 27-28]: Registrations Open

About the Conference At a time of increasing inequality, families – and legal assumptions about families – are increasingly growing apart. The likelihood of marriage, divorce, unplanned pregnancy, access to fertility clinics, residential and relationship stability increasingly reflects differences in income, education, race, region and religion. In response, family law has become more willing to