Berkeley Technology Law Journal Writing Competition
Berkeley Technology Law Journal University of California, Berkeley School of Law
We will accept submissions from graduate-level law students on a wide variety of topics at the intersection of law and technology, including but not limited to: technology and the public interest, privacy, internet law, intellectual property, antitrust, First Amendment issues, entertainment and news media, telecommunications, biotechnology, and cybercrime.
Some application deadlines have not yet been announced. In those cases, the dates posted are based on the scholarship provider’s most recent information. Please confirm each deadline via the provider’s website.
Current J.D., LL.M. and J.S.D. students
Law students outside the U.S.
1st Prize: $1,000, 2nd Prize: $500, Aldo J. Test Award for best Berkeley submission: $250