Brodies LLP is running a short writing competition for undergraduate law students. Students are invited to enter an original piece of writing of between 500 and 750 words to answer the question "How should law firms be responding to the climate emergency?”. The winning entrant will receiving a £500 voucher and there are also a number of runner-up prizes on offer.
The closing date for the competition is 7 November.
RULES OF ENTRY
The competition is open to undergraduate students studying law at any UK further or higher education institution.
Entries should be in English and competitors may only submit one entry.
Entries should be between 500 and 750 words and submitted via the link above.
Entries should be an original piece of work. Copyright remains with the author but by entering the competition entrants give permission for their work to be published on Brodies’ website and social media channels and other promotional or marketing materials. The author will be acknowledged in any publications.
The closing date for the competition is 07 November 2021.
Entries that do not comply with the rules will be disqualified.
The competition will be judged by a panel from Brodies LLP.
The competition winner will be contacted by 15 November 2021 and can choose to receive either a £500 Amazon voucher or £500 Apple voucher. A number of runner-up prizes of a £50 Amazon voucher will also be awarded.