CULR '23-'24 Writing Competition
This year, the Cardiff University Law Review is hosting an exciting Writing Competition open to all current Cardiff University Law students in all three undergraduate years, placement students and postgraduate programs (including the LPC, BPTC, LLM, PhD and GDL)
Register here: Cardiff Law Review Writing Competition Registration
COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED!
About the competition
The competition opened on the 9th October and will run until the 24th November. Submissions should be 1,500 words and can be written based on one of six possible subject areas including:
A development of law that interests you
A specific case
Challenges currently faced by law students, for example, strike action or the rise of generative artificial intelligence
The future of law in a changing world, such as reduction in billable hours and developments in technology
Legal reforms, for example, the work of the Law Commission or an area you think should merit more focus
The long-standing impacts of Covid-19 on access to justice, such as court backlogs and criminal appeals
The winning author and two runners-up of each year group will be invited to a prize-giving ceremony on the 12th December with our sponsors, the editorial teams and the law society, celebrating the submissions and networking with top firms.
Enter your submission
Submissions should be entered through our competition submission portal using this easy link: Cardiff Law Review Writing Competition Submissions
For any questions email: CLRWritComp@gmail.com