QUB law students invited to submit work on gender and law to inaugural competition

Queen’s University Belfast has invited law students to submit their work for competition in the inaugural Claire Palley Undergraduate Award for Gender and Law.

This award was established in 2019 to recognise the best student essay or dissertation completed in the period October–May preceding advertisement of the award in the area of gender and law.

This will be awarded to the best essay or dissertation written by an undergraduate student of any level in the area of gender and law and carries a £250 prize. The piece of work submitted must have been completed in an undergraduate law module in the 2018-19 academic year.

The award is open to all undergraduate students at Level 1, 2 or 3. The piece of work submitted must have been completed as part of any undergraduate module in the undergraduate LLB programme.

To be considered for the award, please email a one-page cover letter providing information on the piece of work, the module it was submitted to, the mark awarded and a copy of the essay or dissertation in its submitted form to law.office@qub.ac.uk by Friday 28th June at 4pm.

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