Public Law Writing Competition

Sponsoring Organization:

California Lawyers Association (CLA) Public Law Section

Articles must be on a topic related to public law - a field that covers areas such as administrative law, constitutional law, municipal law, open meetings/open records law, political/election law, education law, state and federal legislation, public employment and labor law, government contracts, government tort liability and regulations, land use/environmental issues, public law ethics, public finance, and water law.

Application Deadline:
May 1

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Eligibility Requirements:

Current J.D. student, enrolled in good standing at a California law school accredited by the Committee of Bar Examiners of the State Bar of California OR a lawyer who has been practicing for 8 years or fewer

Location Description:

Students must attend a CA law school.