Deadline. 30 April 2021
The European Law Institute (ELI) Young Lawyers Award was officially launched at the 2016 Annual Conference and General Assembly. Candidates must submit a unique and original paper which was not previously published and which deals with a European legal issue that could be improved. Joint submissions, by the means of co-authorship of up to two applicants, are
also accepted. The awarded candidate(s) will be invited to present their paper in front of the Jury in the course of the ELI Annual Conference. In addition, the winning contribution will be published on the ELI website and its author(s) will be awarded a EUR 500 cash prize as well as two years of free ELI membership, which will allow them to be involved in Special Interest Groups, present project proposals and participate in the Members Consultative Committees of the different ELI projects.
Applicants must be students enrolled at a university currently undertaking a university law degree, whether undergraduate or postgraduate; or contenders who are within five years of being awarded a law degree at the date by which entries must be submitted.
For detailed information, please visit the official website.
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